Why South Carolina's Presidential Primary Matters This week the 2020 race for the White House shifts to South Carolina - the first in the south. While a lot of focus is placed on the .first in the nation,. some argue ...
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Betting site advice: A month or so ago, Biden would have been a massive favorite to win South Carolina given his historical support from African American voters. But with his slide and Sanders’ surge, things have changed quickly. If Biden were to lose South Carolina — a seeming layup not long ago — it might signal the beginning of the end of his campaign for President.
Pete Buttigieg, who had strong showings in both Iowa and New Hampshire — the first two states on the Democratic Primary calendar — is all the way down at +3300 (or 33-1) to win in South Carolina. Recent polling has shown that he’s really struggled to gain support from African American voters; it’s a similar story with Amy Klobuchar.
Notably, former NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg, who had been making a recent surge prior to this week’s debate in Nevada, is not on the South Carolina Democratic Primary ballot.