“Members of the media are tripping over themselves to say this race is over when only one state has voted and 50 percent of the party voted for Donald Trump, an incumbent president,” Stand for America Fund Inc. spokeswoman Brittany Yanick said in a statement.
With most other competitors out of the race, including Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL), Haley is set to face Trump in essentially a one-on-one matchup in New Hampshire on Tuesday. However, she still trails the former president by 19 points, 38% to his 57%.
According to Suffolk University Political Research Center Director David Paleologos, “it’s highly improbable” for Haley to make up that large of a disparity in the one