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Are Trump and Clinton really tied in SC?

Graham says Clinton 'most flawed' candidate and Trump is own worst enemy

US Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-SC, discusses Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and their affect on South Carolina after the November election.
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US Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-SC, discusses Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and their affect on South Carolina after the November election.

Two polls released within the last week claim that the presidential race in South Carolina is stuck at a dead tie.

A Reuters/ IPSOS poll released Friday says Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both claim 46 percent of the vote.

The survey estimates a 60 percent voting turnout in November with a 43 percent minority turnout. The survey projects Clinton has a 95 percent chance of winning it all with 46 percent of the vote.

Earlier last week, the Feldman Group released a poll that also put the two candidates in a dead tie, deadlocked at 39 percent.

In early August, the Public Policy Polling poll showed a two-point race with Trump ahead.

Mandy Matney: 843-706-8147, @MandyMatney

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