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2010 South Carolina Primary Polls
General Election Poll
Last Updated on June 15, 2010
Race Republicans Democrats Others Pollster Dates MoE
Governor Haley 55% Sheheen 34% other 5% Rasmussen Reports 6/10/10 4.5%
Barrett 46% Sheheen 38% other 10%
Haley 62%
Barrett 28%
Haley's Campaign 6/10/10 ?
Haley 49%
Barrett 22%
McMaster 17%
Bauer 12%
Rasmussen Reports 6/8/10 3%
Haley 43%
Barrett 23%
McMaster 16%
Bauer 12%
Public Policy Polling (D) 6/5-6/10 3.1%
Haley 62%
Bauer 26%
Haley 54%
McMaster 35%
Haley 51%
Barrett 35%
Haley 31%
Bauer 21%
McMaster 14%
Barrett 14%
Sheheen 26%
Rex 17%
Ford 12%
InsiderAdvantage 5/25/10 4.0%
4.9%
Barrett 38% Rex 36% Public Policy Polling (D) 5/22-23/10 2.8%
Barrett 43% Sheheen 33%
Bauer 38% Rex 40%
Bauer 38% Sheheen 38%
Haley 45% Rex 36%
Haley 44% Sheheen 34%
McMaster 42% Rex 36%
McMaster 43% Sheheen 36%
Haley 39%
McMaster 18%
Barrett 16%
Bauer 13%
Sheheen 36%
Rex 30%
Ford 11%
Public Policy Polling (D) 5/22-23/10 3.9%
4.8%
Republican 46% Democrat 44% Crantford Research 5/18/09 4.6%
Haley 30%
McMaster 19%
Barrett 17%
Bauer 12%
other 3%
Sheheen 30%
Rex 22%
Ford 4%
other 12%
Rasmussen Reports 5/17/10 3.2%
4.9%
McMaster 21%
Bauer 17%
Barrett 14%
Haley 12%
other 9%
Rex 16%
Sheheen 16%
Ford 12%
Drake 5%
other 15%
Rasmussen Reports 3/3/10 3%
5%
McMaster 22%
Bauer 22%
Haley 13%
Barrett 9%
Grooms 6%
Rex 21%
Drake 15%
Sheheen 8%
Ford 6%
McLeod 6%
Majority Opinion Research 12/16/09 5%
5.6%
Barrett 40% Rex 33% Public Policy Polling (D) 12/3-6/09 4.1%
Barrett 42% Ford 28%
Barrett 41% Sheheen 26%
Bauer 36% Rex 37%
Bauer 37% Ford 33%
Bauer 38% Sheheen 33%
McMaster 40% Rex 31%
McMaster 42% Ford 27%
McMaster 41% Sheheen 27%
Barrett 39% Rex 33% other 7% Rasmussen Reports 12/2/09 4.5%
Bauer 35% Rex 36% other 13%
McMaster 39% Rex 32% other 10%
Barrett 45% Sheheen 23% other 11%
Bauer 39% Sheheen 29% other 13%
McMaster 43% Sheheen 26% other 10%
Rex 25%
Ford 15%
Sheheen 10%
McLeod 4%
Drake 3%
Hamilton Campaigns (D) 10/23-26/09 4.9%
Rex 48%
Drake 17%
Rex 50%
Sheheen 14%
Bauer 25%
McMaster 22%
Barrett 21%
Ayres, McHenry & Assoc. (R) 2/22-24/09 4.4%
McMaster 36% Rex 36% Public Policy Polling 7/9-11/08 4.2%
McMaster 39% Tennebasum 39%
Race Republicans Democrats Others Pollster Dates MoE
Senate DeMint 58% Greene 21% other 9% Rasmussen Reports 6/10/10 4.5%
DeMint 49% Rawl 30% Public Policy Polling (D) 5/22-23/10 2.8%
DeMint 32%
conservative alternative 57%
Public Policy Polling (D) 5/22-23/10 3.9%
DeMint 50% Rawl 43% Crantford Research 5/18/10 4.6%
DeMint 47% Democrat 38% Public Policy Polling (D) 12/3-6/09 4.1%
Race Republicans Democrats Others Pollster Dates MoE
House 1 Scott 30%
Campbell 10%
Thurmond 9%
Parker 9%
Kobrovsky 8%
Witte 6%
Lutz 4%
Glasson 2%
Jenerette 2%
National Research (R) 5/23-24/10 5.7%
Scott 53%
Campbell 28%
Scott 55%
Thurmond 19%
Campbell 18%
Scott 16%
Kobrovsky 10%
Thurmond 7%
Parker 3%
Jenerette 2%
Lutz 1%
Glasson 0%
Witte 0%
Victory Comm. (R) 4/1-6/10 4.5%
Race Republicans Democrats Others Pollster Dates MoE
House 2 Wilson 49% Miller 34% Anzalone Liszt Research (D) 5/3-6/10 3.1%
Wilson 49% someone new 42%
Wilson 43% Miller 44% Public Policy Polling (D), 9/10/09 3.6%
Race Republicans Democrats Others Pollster Dates MoE
House 4 Gowdy 37%
Inglis 33%
Lee 9%
Thomas 9%
Jeffrey 5%
Public Policy Polling (D) 6/5-6/10 5.7%
Race Republicans Democrats Others Pollster Dates MoE
House 5 Mulvaney 41% Spratt 43% Public Opinion Strategies (R), 5/17-18/10 4.9%
Republican 45% Democrat 36%
Mulvaney 39% Spratt 46% Public Policy Polling (D), 1/22-24/10 4%
Spencer 37% Spratt 46%
Race Republicans Democrats Others Pollster Dates MoE
Treasurer Loftis 40%
Chellis 29%
Public Policy Polling (D) 6/5-6/10 3.1%
Race Republicans Democrats Others Pollster Dates MoE
President DeMint 21%
Gingrich 16%
Romney 16%
Huckabee 15%
Palin 15%
Paul 7%
Public Policy Polling (D) 5/22-23/10 3.9%
Gingrich 25%
Romney 24%
Palin 22%
Huckabee 19%
Paul 7%

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