Survey: 11 percent SC voters undecided in Gov’s race

Posted October 21, 2010 9:09 am | Filed under News, State/Regional News
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A survey shows that a sizable 11 percent of likely voters still remain undecided in the race for the next South Carolina governor. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in South Carolina says Republican Nikki Haley remains ahead of Democratic State Senator Vincent Sheheen in the race, but she’s fallen to her lowest level of support this year.

With Election Day less than two weeks away the report finds Haley earning 47 percent support, while Sheheen picks up 38 percent of the vote. Four percent like another candidate and 11 percent remain undecided. The survey was taken the night the candidates held the first of three scheduled debates.

While Republican Nikki Haley remains ahead of Democratic State Senator Vincent Sheheen, she’s fallen to her lowest level of support this year and for the first time posts only a single-digit lead.

Rasmussen Report October 21, 2010: 

South Carolina Governor: Haley (R) Posts Smaller Lead Over Sheheen (D)

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