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Topic - Scott Buchanan
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham may be in for a bumpy ride in his bid to secure a third term in November 2014, a new poll suggests.
Teddy Turner inherited his love of sailing from his father, media magnate Ted Turner. But there is less of a family resemblance when it comes to politics.
Professor Scott Buchanan, executive director of South Carolina's Citadel Symposium on Southern Politics, said that Mr. Graham's toughest critics still represent a minority in the state electorate.
"When you look at the polls, 8 to 10 percent of Republicans in the state consider themselves a member of the tea party," Mr. Buchanan pointed out. "They are very outspoken in the media. But only one in 10 Republicans in South Carolina identify themselves as tea partyers."