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2020 South Carolina Primary Countup

Haps: Saturday February 29, 2020

The 2020 South Carolina Primary is on Saturday February 29, 2020. The democratic candidates in the race are Biden, Buttigieg, Gabbard (who did not qualify for the SC debate), Klobuchar, Sanders, Steyer, and Warren. Bloomberg was in the February 25, 2020 SC debate, but will not be on the South Carolina ballot. He will be on the ballot on Super Tuesday, when 14 State primaries are held.

The winner of the South Carolina Primary was Joe Biden, winning with 48% of the vote, and picking up 39 of the 54 available delegates. In second place was Bernie Sanders, with just under 20% of the vote and picking up the remaining 15 delegates. Third place was Tom Steyer, with about 11% of the vote but no delegates. Just after the SC Primary, Tom Steyer dropped out of the race. On March 1, 2020 Pete Buttigieg, who had won the Iowa Caucus and come in second in the NH Primary, dropped out. And, on March 2, 2020, Amy Klobuchar, who had come in 3rd in the New Hampshire Primary, also dropped out, indicating that she would be endorsing Joe Biden as democratic candidate for 2020 US President.

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South Carolina Dem Debate Winner Poll

Who do you think was the biggest winner in the South Carolina Democratic debate?

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Voting on this poll ended on February 29, 2020

South Carolina Democratic Debate Performance Poll

What was your general impression on the 2020 South Carolina Democratic debate?

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Voting on this poll ended on February 29, 2020