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Polls ending May 13, 2024

U.S. House, SC-3, 2024, Republican primary

May 13-14
400LV
May 13-14
400LV
Biggs
12%
Biggs
12%

Biggs

12%

Burns

11%

Jones

9%

Bishop

2%

Franco

2%

LaPierre

1%

Healy

1%

Murday

0%
11%
BurnsBiggs+1

May 6, 2024

U.S. House, SC-1, 2024, Republican primary

May 6-7
343LV
May 6-7
343LV
Mace
43%
Mace
43%

Mace

43%

Templeton

21%

Young

3%
21%
TempletonMace+22

April 20, 2024

President: general election, South Carolina, 2024

April 13-21
501LV
April 13-21
501LV
Kennedy
40%
Kennedy
40%

Kennedy

40%

Trump

47%
47%
Trump  Trump+8
April 13-21
501LV
April 13-21
501LV
Biden
35%
Biden
35%

Biden

35%

Kennedy

50%
50%
Kennedy  Kennedy+15

Feb. 22, 2024

Feb. 17, 2024

President: Republican primary, South Carolina, 2024
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Feb. 15-18
500LV
Feb. 15-18
500LV
Trump
63%
Trump
63%

Trump

63%

Haley

35%
35%
Haley  Trump+28
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