Bush’s Super PAC Right to Rise has been dead on before.

Pro-Jeb Bush Super PAC Right to Rise has conducted an internal poll in SC that finds Donald Trump and Ted Cruz in an extremely tight race.

The results list Trump at 26 percent, and Cruz at 24 percent, with Bush and Marco Rubio coming in a distant third and fourth with 12 and 11 percent respectively, according to a report by Politico.

Right to Rise polling is now being conducted by South Carolina veteran political strategist Richard Quinn.

In the Politico report Quinn states: “This is clearly a tight, volatile race that could produce most any result over the next six days.”

What’s more is that Right to Rise has shown precision accuracy in their internal polls of late. On February 8th, just hours before the New Hampshire Primary, Right to Rise released a poll showing Bush rising to 12 percent and notching third place while Rubio fell to fifth.


The results were eerily similar as Bush just narrowly missed third place and 12 percent, and Rubio did indeed fall to fifth.

The most recent SC poll was conducted between Thursday and Saturday, which is interesting because it does not take the candidates’ debate performances into account. Bearing that in mind, this primary race may be even more volatile than expected.

Source: Trump and Cruz in Virtual Tie for SC