The New Hampshire primary brought both good and bad news for former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley. The good: Haley's 11-point loss to former President Donald Trump was actually substantially closer than polls had predicted, and she outperformed Trump among unenrolled voters 2-to-1. The bad: Haley still lost by double digits — and Trump outperformed her among registered Republicans 3-to-1.

Haley says she's in the race for the long haul, and that she'll be competitive in a number of upcoming primaries thanks to the support she's receiving from independents. But if an overwhelming majority of registered Republicans are already all in on Trump, will it really make a difference? Adam Reilly discusses with state Rep. Hannah Kane, who's Massachusetts' co-chair of Women for Nikki and plans to campaign for Haley in South Carolina before that state's primary.

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