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2016 South Carolina Republican Primary

50 Delegates: Allocated Proportionally (February 20, 2016)

(Please Note: Total delegates include 10 at-large, 21 from 7 congressional districts, 3 party, and 16 bonus. Read below table for more on allocation.)

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Polling Data

PollDateSampleMoETrumpCruzRubioBushKasichCarsonSpread
PPD Average2/15 - 2/19----31.818.518.810.79.06.8Trump +13.0
Augusta Chronicle2/18 - 2/19780 LV3.527.019.024.011.07.08.0Trump +3
SC House GOP2/18 - 2/183500 LV2.934.019.018.012.08.05.0Trump +15
ARG2/17 - 2/18401 LV534.013.022.09.014.04.0Trump +12
Emerson2/16 - 2/18418 LV4.736.018.019.010.010.06.0Trump +17
SC House GOP2/17 - 2/175800 LV234.018.016.014.09.05.0Trump +16
ARG2/16 - 2/17400 LV533.013.020.08.015.03.0Trump +13
Harper (R)2/16 - 2/17599 LV429.017.015.014.013.08.0Trump +12
FOX News2/15 - 2/17759 LV3.532.019.015.09.06.09.0Trump +13
NBC/WSJ/Marist2/15 - 2/17722 LV3.628.023.015.013.09.09.0Trump +5
SC House GOP2/16 - 2/162400 LV235.016.016.014.09.06.0Trump +19
Bloomberg/Selzer & Co.2/13 - 2/16502 LV4.436.017.015.013.07.09.0Trump +19
Monmouth2/14 - 2/16400 LV4.935.019.017.08.09.07.0Trump +16
Emerson2/15 - 2/16375 LV533.020.019.09.09.05.0Trump +13
SC House GOP2/15 - 2/151700 LV2.434.016.015.015.08.07.0Trump +18
ARG2/14 - 2/16400 LV533.014.016.09.014.03.0Trump +17
CNN/ORC2/10 - 2/15404 LV538.022.014.010.04.06.0Trump +16
PPP (D)2/14 - 2/15897 LV3.335.018.018.010.07.07.0Trump +17
SC House GOP2/14 - 2/141300 LV2.833.014.014.013.010.06.0Trump +19
ARG2/12 - 2/13400 LV535.012.014.010.015.02.0Trump +20
Gravis2/11 - 2/131281 LV337.023.019.09.06.06.0Trump +14
CBS News/YouGov2/10 - 2/12744 LV5.742.020.015.09.06.06.0Trump +22
SC House GOP2/11 - 2/121200 LV335.016.013.013.09.05.0Trump +19
ARG2/12 - 2/13400 LV535.012.014.010.015.02.0Trump +20
Augusta Chronicle2/10 - 2/11779 LV3.536.020.015.011.09.05.0Trump +16
NBC/WSJ/Marist1/17 - 1/23718 LV3.736.020.014.09.01.08.0Trump +16
CBS News/YouGov1/17 - 1/21805 LV5.740.021.013.08.02.09.0Trump +19
Augusta Chronicle1/15 - 1/15683 LV--32.018.011.013.03.09.0Trump +14
CBS News/YouGov12/14 - 12/17852 LV638.023.012.07.02.09.0Trump +15
Augusta Chronicle12/16 - 12/16536 LV4.228.021.012.010.01.010.0Trump +7
FOX News12/5 - 12/8437 LV4.535.014.014.05.01.015.0Trump +20
Winthrop11/30 - 12/7828 LV3.424.016.011.09.01.014.0Trump +8
CBS/YouGov11/15 - 11/19862 LV5.435.013.016.05.02.019.0Trump +16
PPP (D)11/7 - 11/8787 LV3.525.015.013.08.03.021.0Trump +4
Monmouth11/5 - 11/8401 LV4.927.09.011.07.01.028.0Carson +1
Clemson10/13 - 10/23600 LV423.08.09.07.02.019.0Trump +4
CBS/YouGov10/15 - 10/22817 LV6.640.08.07.06.02.023.0Trump +17
CNN/ORC10/3 - 10/10521 LV4.536.05.09.06.01.018.0Trump +18
Gravis9/25 - 9/27762 RV3.629.08.08.06.04.016.0Trump +13
CBS/YouGov9/3 - 9/101002 LV4.536.06.03.05.04.021.0Trump +15
PPP (D)9/3 - 9/6764 RV3.637.06.04.06.04.021.0Trump +16
Monmouth8/20 - 8/23453 LV4.630.05.06.09.03.015.0Trump +15
Augusta Chronicle8/3 - 8/3509 LV4.331.04.02.014.03.010.0Trump +17
Gravis Marketing7/29 - 7/30609 RV434.03.06.011.03.011.0Trump +23
FOX 5/Morris News6/22 - 6/22458 LV4.510.03.05.019.00.013.0Bush +6
Morning Consult5/31 - 6/8389 RV52.06.08.011.00.012.0Graham +2
Winthrop4/4 - 4/12956 LV3.22.08.04.013.00.05.0Walker +1
Gravis Marketing3/26 - 3/271371 RV30.011.06.017.00.06.0Bush +1
Gravis Marketing2/24 - 2/25792 RV30.02.06.019.00.00.0Bush +2
PPP (D)2/12 - 2/15525 RV4.30.03.00.019.00.013.0Bush +1
NBC News/Marist2/3 - 2/10450 RV4.60.01.04.015.00.010.0Graham +2
Gravis Marketing1/21 - 1/22831 LV30.09.09.018.00.00.0Bush +7
Clemson5/22 - 5/29400 LV60.09.06.022.00.00.0Bush +12
PollDateSampleMoETrumpCruzRubioBushKasichCarsonSpread



Latest 2016 South Carolina Republican primary polls and aggregate PPD polling average for the second in the nation and first in the South primary. 21 district delegates are to be allocated to presidential contenders based on the primary results in each of the state’s 7 congressional districts: each congressional district is assigned 3 National Convention delegates and the presidential contender receiving the greatest number of votes in that district will receive all 3 of that district’s National Convention delegates.

Twenty-six (26)–including 10 base at-large delegates plus 16 bonus at-large delegates– are to be allocated to the presidential contender receiving the greatest number of votes in the primary statewide. In addition, 3 party leaders, the National Committeeman, the National Committeewoman, and the chairman of the South Carolina’s Republican Party, will attend the convention as pledged delegates by virtue of their position.

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