Nikki Haley heads into South Carolina primary 30 POINTS behind " rel="tag">Donald in ... trends now

Nikki Haley heads into South Carolina primary 30 POINTS behind " rel="tag">Donald in ... trends now
Nikki Haley heads into South Carolina primary 30 POINTS behind Donald Trump in ... trends now

Nikki Haley heads into South Carolina primary 30 POINTS behind Donald Trump in ... trends now

Donald Trump is poised to heavily defeat remaining competitor Nikki Haley in South Carolina's primary on Saturday, according to the latest polling.

In nearly two to one odds, Trump, 77, is ahead of former United Nations Amb. Haley, 52, in her home state, which holds the fourth and final early contest of the Republican primary after Iowa, New Hampshire and Nevada.

The results come after Haley's state of the race speech on Tuesday where she insisted she is 'far from' dropping out and will remain in the race until Super Tuesday on March 5 despite calls for her to end her bid for the White House.

Trump said during a Fox News town hall in Greenville, South Carolina on Tuesday evening that Haley 'can't get herself to get out' of the race.

'I don't think she knows how to get out, actually,' he added.

Among likely Republican voters polled by Suffolk University/USA Today, 63 percent say they will cast their primary election ballot for Trump on Saturday, February 24.

The latest polling from South Carolina puts Donald Trump 30% ahead of Nikki Haley just days before the primary election

The latest polling from South Carolina puts Donald Trump 30% ahead of Nikki Haley just days before the primary election

Haley blasted Trump during her campaign speech in Greenville ahead of the South Carolina primary on Saturday

Haley blasted Trump during her campaign speech in Greenville ahead of the South Carolina primary on Saturday

Thirty-five percent say they are voting for Haley, who was governor of South Carolina from January 2011 until January 2017, when she joined Trump's administration.

Surprisingly, Trump is still leading Haley among military families in the Palmetto State at a slightly larger margin than the overall standing with 65 percent for him and 33 percent for Haley.

This comes despite Trump mocking earlier this month his competitor's husband, Major Michael Haley, who is on a year-long deployment in the Horn of Africa with the Army National Guard.

'What happened to her husband? Where

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