Analysis Shows 40% of Haley’s South Carolina Votes Came From Democrats

In the aftermath of the South Carolina primary, the results and subsequent analysis have ignited controversy.

The data obtained by AP VoteCast reveals that 40 percent of those who voted for Nikki Haley were Democrats who voted for Joe Biden in 2020.

This raises questions about her appeal to the Republican base, her loyalties and the future of her miserable little campaign.

The Associated Press found that while nearly all of Trump’s voters were driven by their support for him, Haley’s voters were much more divided.

Approximately half were motivated by supporting her, but nearly as many turned out to oppose Trump.

This highlights a lack of unity among her supporters and suggests that her campaign may be struggling to gain traction.

As we delve deeper into the data, it becomes evident that Haley’s coalition primarily consists of those who believe Democrat Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election.

In fact, roughly three-quarters of her supporters say Biden was legitimately elected president in 2020, and about 4 in 10 voted for Biden in that election.

This raises concerns about her ability to win over traditional Republican voters who may view her as too moderate or even aligned with the opposition.

A poll conducted ahead of the Iowa caucuses by NBC News, the Des Moines Register, and Iowa pollster Selzer & Co. also found similar results.

Haley supporters in Iowa were twice as likely to vote for Joe Biden as Donald Trump.

When asked if they would vote for Trump or Biden in the general election, a staggering 43 percent of Haley’s supporters in Iowa said they would flip and vote for Biden if Trump became the nominee.

Haley’s political career has been marked by a few controversies, including her appointment to Boeing’s board of directors just months after leaving her post in the Trump administration.

At the time, she had a net worth of less than $1 million, but reports soon surfaced that her fortune had increased eight-fold – to $8 million – after leaving the Trump administration.

This rapid increase in wealth has raised eyebrows among some conservative voters, who question her motives and loyalty.

In light of these findings, it’s clear that Nikki Haley faces an uphill battle in the primary race.

Her inability to attract a strong conservative base and her perceived alignment with the opposition could prove to be her permanent undoing and the end of her political career.