New Poll shows Jamie Harrison over Lindsay Graham by 2 percent


by Daniella DeRobbio

COLUMBIA, S.C. (WCIV) — On Friday, a new poll by Cornell Belcher and his firm, Research and Strategies, shows Jaime Harrison leading Senator Lindsey Graham by 2%.

The survey shows Harrison currently earning 47% to Graham’s 45%.

It also revealed 88% of African Americans polled prefer Harrison, compared to Graham’s 4%, with brilliant corners claiming “South Carolina is experiencing Obama level turnout among Black voters. Just 11 days into early voting more than 14% of Black registered voters have voted.’”

The poll of 525 likely voters was conducted by landline and cell phone from October 11 to 16 and has a margin of error of +/- 4.6%.

On Thursday, the New York Times released their own poll, which showed Graham ahead by six points.

Graham was in North Charleston for a “Get Out and Vote” rally, supporting Rep. Nancy Mace and praising Pres. Donald Trump on Friday. Harrison will hold his own rally in North Charleston on Saturday.

For more information on Belcher’s poll, CLICK HERE.


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  1. “Lady-G” fully cross-dressed at a boy-brothel in Bangkok for his retirement party ready to pursue his core interests.

  2. Jamie Harrison is a very impressive, well-spoken candidate, as is Raphael Warnock, democrat candidate in the Georgia US Senate race.

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