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Donald Trump beats Nikki Haley in the South Carolina primary

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    100% Extremely Conservative

  • Reliability

    65% ReliableFair

  • Policy Leaning

    100% Extremely Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    2% Positive

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89% : A 2020 rematch between Trump and President Joe Biden is becoming increasingly inevitable.
64% : Trump was dominant across the state, even leading in Lexington County, which Haley represented in the state Legislature.
60% : Later, the senator was greeted with boos after Trump called him to the stage to address those gathered.
60% : Later, the senator was greeted with boos after Trump called him to the stage to address those gathered.
57% : "I have never seen the Republican Party so unified as it is right now," Trump declared, taking the stage for his victory speech mere moments after polls closed.
55% : "She's done some good things," Davis Paul, 36, said about Haley as he waited for Trump at a recent rally in Conway.
55% : "She's done some good things," Davis Paul, 36, said about Haley as he waited for Trump at a recent rally in Conway.
53% : Donald Trump won South Carolina's Republican primary on Saturday, easily beating former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley in her home state and further consolidating his path to a third straight GOP nomination.
53% : Donald Trump won South Carolina's Republican primary on Saturday, easily beating former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley in her home state and further consolidating his path to a third straight GOP nomination.
50% : (Watch Trump's full victory speech above) FULL RESULTS HERE Trump has now swept every contest that counted for Republican delegates, adding to previous wins in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
46% : Trump has now swept every contest that counted for Republican delegates, adding to previous wins in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
45% : The Associated Press declared Trump the winner as polls closed statewide at 7 p.m. That race call was based on an analysis of AP VoteCast, a comprehensive survey of Republican South Carolina primary voters.
45% : The Associated Press declared Trump the winner as polls closed statewide at 7 p.m. That race call was based on an analysis of AP VoteCast, a comprehensive survey of Republican South Carolina primary voters.
42% : But South Carolina's Republican voters line up with Trump on having lukewarm feelings about NATO and continued U.S. support for Ukraine, according to AP VoteCast data from Saturday's primary.
42% : But South Carolina's Republican voters line up with Trump on having lukewarm feelings about NATO and continued U.S. support for Ukraine, according to AP VoteCast data from Saturday's primary.
36% : The survey confirmed the findings of pre-Election Day polls showing Trump far outpacing Haley statewide."I have never seen the Republican Party so unified as it is right now," Trump declared, taking the stage for his victory speech mere moments after polls closed.
36% : "But I just don't think she's ready to tackle a candidate like Trump.
36% : "But I just don't think she's ready to tackle a candidate like Trump.
33% : The survey confirmed the findings of pre-Election Day polls showing Trump far outpacing Haley statewide.
31% : Haley is facing growing pressure to leave the race but says she's not going anywhere despite losing the state where she was governor from 2011 to 2017.A 2020 rematch between Trump and President Joe Biden is becoming increasingly inevitable.
30% : But it's unclear how she can stop Trump from clinching enough delegates to become the party's presumptive nominee for the third time.
30% : But it's unclear how she can stop Trump from clinching enough delegates to become the party's presumptive nominee for the third time.
29% : Trump has also repeatedly attacked Biden over high inflation earlier in the president's term and his handling of record-high migrant crossings at the U.S.-Mexico border.
29% : Biden has stepped up his recent fundraising trips around the country and increasingly attacked Trump directly.
29% : He's called Trump and his "Make America Great Again" movement dire threats to the nation's founding principles, and the president's reelection campaign has lately focused most of its attention on Trump suggesting he'd use the first day of a second presidency as a dictator and that he'd tell Russia to attack NATO allies who fail to keep up with defense spending obligations mandated by the alliance.
29% : Trump has also repeatedly attacked Biden over high inflation earlier in the president's term and his handling of record-high migrant crossings at the U.S.-Mexico border.
29% : Biden has stepped up his recent fundraising trips around the country and increasingly attacked Trump directly.
29% : He's called Trump and his "Make America Great Again" movement dire threats to the nation's founding principles, and the president's reelection campaign has lately focused most of its attention on Trump suggesting he'd use the first day of a second presidency as a dictator and that he'd tell Russia to attack NATO allies who fail to keep up with defense spending obligations mandated by the alliance.
22% : don't believe Donald Trump can beat Joe Biden," Haley said, later adding: "I said earlier this week that no matter what happens in South Carolina, I would continue to run.
18% : ""I don't believe Donald Trump can beat Joe Biden," Haley said, later adding: "I said earlier this week that no matter what happens in South Carolina, I would continue to run.
14% : Haley has vowed to stay in the race through at least the batch of primaries on March 5, known as Super Tuesday, but was unable to dent Trump's momentum in her home state despite holding far more campaign events and arguing that the indictments against Trump will hamstring him against Biden.
14% : Trump and Biden are already behaving like they expect to face off in November.
14% : Trump and his allies argue Biden has made the U.S. weaker and point to the chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan and Russia's decision to launch a full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
14% : Haley also criticized Trump on his NATO comments and also for questioning why her husband wasn't on the campaign trail with her -- even as former first lady Melania Trump hasn't appeared with him.
14% : Haley has vowed to stay in the race through at least the batch of primaries on March 5, known as Super Tuesday, but was unable to dent Trump's momentum in her home state despite holding far more campaign events and arguing that the indictments against Trump will hamstring him against Biden.
14% : Trump and Biden are already behaving like they expect to face off in November.
14% : Trump and his allies argue Biden has made the U.S. weaker and point to the chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan and Russia's decision to launch a full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
14% : Haley also criticized Trump on his NATO comments and also for questioning why her husband wasn't on the campaign trail with her -- even as former first lady Melania Trump hasn't appeared with him.
8% : Trump has questioned -- often in harshly personal terms -- whether the 81-year-old Biden is too old to serve a second term.
8% : Trump has questioned -- often in harshly personal terms -- whether the 81-year-old Biden is too old to serve a second term.

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