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Super Tuesday Exit Poll Finds 92% of Haley's Voters 'Approve' of Biden's Performance & Policies

As Haley Ends Republican Race, Survey Finds 92% Of Her Voters Approve of Biden's Performance

By: Tyler Durden

March 6, 2024: Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley plans to end her campaign as early as Wednesday morning following her dismal results on Super Tuesday, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with her plans. 

During last night's not-so-super-Tuesday, she only secured only a victory in one state - Vermont - out of the 15 states that held GOP contests; to go along with her 'victory' in the swamp (DC).

According to the NBC News delegate tracker, former President Trump led with 1057 delegates, significantly outpacing Haley's total of 92. 

WSJ sources expanded more on what Haley is likely to discuss in Charleston this morning around 10:00 ET: 

Haley won't announce an endorsement Wednesday, the people said. She will encourage Donald Trump, who is close to having the delegates needed to win the GOP nomination, to earn the support of Republican and independent voters who backed her.She is expected to emphasize that she will continue to advocate for the conservative domestic and foreign policies she supports and caution against some of the dangers, such as isolationism and a lack of fiscal discipline, that she sees coming from Washington.Haley was the first major candidate to challenge Trump for the nomination and the last to stand down, showing determination even as she came under significant attack by the former president and his supporters.

MSNBC will be disappointed...

Reacting to the results of Super Tuesday late last night, Haley said a large number of Republican voters continue to have "deep concerns" about the former president.

"We're honored to have received the support of millions of Americans across the country today, including in Vermont where Nikki became the first Republican woman to win two presidential primary contests," Haley's campaign said in a statement. "Unity is not achieved by simply claiming 'we're united'. Today, in state after state, there remains a large block of Republican primary voters who are expressing deep concerns about Donald Trump," she added.

A wild note on exit polls from The Federalist's Sean Davis:

The exit polls about Nikki Haley's voters' views on Biden and the economy are WILD. These results, which are from Virginia, show that 92 PERCENT of Haley's voters approve of Joe Biden's performance as president, and 87 PERCENT of Haley's voters say they're satisfied with how things are going in America right now. Haley's voters aren't just Democrats. They're the most rabid, left-wing, delusional, anti-Trump members of the Democrat party's already left-wing and delusional base.

With Haley's departure from the race, Trump has all but guaranteed the Republican party's nomination to a November showdown with President Joe Biden.  

Source: ZeroHedge


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