(TheRedWire.com) – Former South Carolina Governor and current GOP presidential candidate Nikki Haley (R) stated on Sunday that it was too soon to look at the polls to determine the presidential primary’s final outcome for the Republicans.
In an interview with Shannon Bream on “Fox News Sunday,” Haley pointed out that when looking at previous presidential elections, it becomes clear that the current polls are irrelevant. She added that they still have the upcoming presidential debates in August, September, and October, and she has qualified to be on the debate stage in all of those.
Despite Haley’s claims, Bream pointed out that the recent Fox News survey found that Haley was only polling at three percent, while former President Donald Trump was leading the race with 56 percent. Haley was quick to counter that by arguing that she had recently had more than 30 events in New Hampshire and 25 events in Iowa and was confident that the polls would change by the fall.
As she stated, it is not about the number of people who show up at the rallies, but instead, it is about how often you show up and how you answer some hard-hitting questions. She also said that it is about how many hands you shake, which is what her campaign focuses on. She argued that she was campaigning the “old-fashioned” and complex way, which is why she was confident that the numbers would look utterly different from how they currently look by fall.
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