Liveblog - The South Carolina Primary results

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The 2020 primary race is heading to South Carolina for the nation’s First in the South nominating contest.

What date is the primary and when are polls open?

February 29, 2020. Polls are open from 7 a.m. ET to 7 p.m. ET. Anyone in line at 7 p.m. will still be able to vote, but no new voters can join the line after that. The earliest that NBC News could call this race is at poll close at 7 p.m. ET.

News Views will start posting results the moment the polls close and as information becomes available.

  • Steyer To Suspends His Campaign

    Tom Steyer will end his presidential campaign tonight, multiple sources tell NPR, after a disappointing finish in South Carolina the state he staked his presidential campaign on.

    NPR:

  • Stats coming in:

    When voters made up their mind?

    • Last few days (36%): Biden 43%, Sanders 20%, Steyer 12%, Warren 12%
    • Earlier than that (63%): Biden 48%, Sanders 22%, Steyer 11%, Buttigieg 11%

    Importance of Clyburn endorsement:

    • Most important (26%): Biden 57%, Sanders 16%, Steyer 14%
    • One of several important factors (22%): Biden 55%, Sanders 15%, Steyer 13%
    • Minor factor (12%): Biden 39%, Sanders 20%, Steyer 13%, Warren 12%, Buttigieg 10%
    • Not a factor (27%): Sanders 32%, Biden 23%, Buttigieg 15%, Steyer 13%, Warren 10%

    Gender:

    • Men (43%): Biden 43%, Sanders 27%, Steyer 10%
    • Women (57%): Biden 46%, Sanders 17%, Steyer 14%

    Race:

    • Black (56%): Biden 60%, Sanders 17%, Steyer 14%
    • White (40%): Biden 26%, Sanders 25%, Warren 12%, Steyer 10%

    Age:

    • 18-29 (11%): Sanders 46%, Biden 24%, Warren 12%, Buttigieg 10%
    • 30-44 (18%): Biden 31%, Sanders 29%, Warren 14%, Buttigieg 12%, Steyer 11%
    • 45-64 (42%): Biden 48%, Sanders 17%, Steyer 14%, Buttigieg 9%
    • 65+ (29%): Biden 58%, Steyer 14%, Sanders 13%

    Education and race:

    • White college graduates (23%): Biden 28%, Sanders 21%, Buttigieg 19%, Warren 13%
    • White non-college graduates (17%): Sanders 31%, Biden 23%, Buttigieg 14%, Steyer 12%, Warren 11%
    • Non White college graduates (17%): Biden 52%, Sanders 18%, Steyer 14%
    • Non White college graduates (17%): Biden 60%, Sanders 19%, Steyer 14%

    Ideology:

    • Very liberal (20%): Biden 39%, Sanders 30%, Warren 16%, Steyer 10%
    • Somewhat liberal (30%): Biden 37%, Sanders 25%, Steyer 12%, Buttigieg 12%, Warren 11%
    • Moderate (40%): Biden 52%, Sanders 14%, Steyer 14%, Buttigieg 10%
    • Conservative (9%): Biden 44%, Sanders 23%, Steyer 12%
  • Van Jones

  • Joe thanks SC voters:

  • Sanders Will Finish 2nd, AP Projects

    Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is projected to finish in second place in the South Carolina Democratic primary, according to The Associated Press.

    In the early results, Sanders is far behind Biden. With nearly one-tenth of precincts reporting, Biden has about 52% of the vote, while Sanders has about 17%.

    NPR:

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