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Despite pressure, loss in home state, Haley vows to continue campaign

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    46% Medium Conservative

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76% : But Haley is centering her campaign on her electability, often taking aim at both Biden and Trump in the same breath.
76% : Trending stories at Scrippsnews.comTrump exchanges a close hug with Argentine President Javier MileiExit poll of South Carolina GOP voters shows support for TrumpLive Results: Trump wins South Carolina GOP presidential primary
71% : "I feel it to my core.
61% : SEE MORE: Exit poll of South Carolina GOP voters shows support for TrumpWith Super Tuesday and nearly one-third of delegates up for grabs in about 10 days, she says she is committed to staying in the race.
56% : On Saturday, the South Carolina Republican Party issued a statement vowing its support behind Trump in the general election.
48% : According to a Quinnipiac University poll released last week, Trump leads Haley among GOP presidential primary voters nationwide by an 80-17 margin.
48% : Although she did better among Democrats and independents, according to exit polling conducted by Decision Desk HQ, Trump still had more votes among these voters.
40% : The same poll, however, shows Biden ahead of Trump 49-45 in a potential rematch of the 2020 election.
31% : "If we want to grow our economy, close our Southern border and save our country from a radical leftist agenda, then we need to unite our Party right now and put Donald Trump BACK in the White House this November.
14% : In a hypothetical matchup with Biden, Haley leads Trump 46-43.
9% : "I don't believe Donald Trump can beat Joe Biden," Haley said.
2% : "SEE MORE: Biden campaign flush with cash as Trump spends on legal feesAlthough Trump himself did not mention Haley once during his nearly 30-minute victory speech Saturday, a political action committee backing Trump said, "What is Nikki Haley still doing in the race?"The Make America Great

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