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Sunday a week ago, S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster ordered evacuations for parts of some state counties, including Zone A of Horry and Georgetown, to begin at noon the following day as Hurricane Dorian marched slowly up the East Coast. The hurricane, a category 5 storm when it stalled over the Grand Bahamas, had winds in excess of 185 miles per hour at one time. By the time it neared the Horry County coast late Thursday, the storm was a category 2 hurricane and damage to the area was minimal. Some residents and businesses have been critical of the governor’s decision to order an evacuation so far in advance of the storm’s arrival. Do you think Gov. McMaster made the correct decision to order a mandatory evacuation four days before the storm hit? Choices are: