Rep. Michele Bachmann isn’t doing any better in South Carolina than she was a few months ago, according to a new poll conducted by Winthrop University.
In April, 3.7 percent of Republican voters who planned to participate in the South Carolina primaries said they would support Bachmann. In the latest survey, she’s captured 3.5 percent support among the same group of voters.
Bachmann’s struggled to regain momentum from her Iowa Straw Poll victory since Texas Gov. Rick Perry entered the race in August.
The survey also shows that Perry and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney are running a tight race among Republicans.
Perry has 30.5 percent of GOP primary voter support and Romney has 27.3 percent – within the survey’s margin of error.
Read more about the poll here.