Trump, Hillary Hold Big Leads in S.C. Polls


Four days before the South Carolina primary, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton hold substantial polling leads in their respective parties.

According to the newest CNN/ORC data, Trump leads the Palmetto State with 38 percent support, beating out Iowa caucus winner Ted Cruz’s 22 percent, Marco Rubio’s 14 percent, Jeb Bush’s ten percent, Carson’s six, and Kasich’s four percent despite a “surge” after placing second in last week’s New Hampshire primary.

On the Democratic side, former Secretary of State Clinton polls at 56 percent, holding an 18-point lead over self-described “democratic socialist” Sen. Sanders. Read more at CNN.



  1. Only people who don’t realize how serious the job of being president is would vote for Trump. If he does get the nomination it shows how ridiculously stupid the Republican party is. That would be my former party.

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