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In the 2016 election, a majority of all women—54% to 41%—voted for Clinton versus Trump, according to CNN's exit polls, but 52% of white women voted for Trump.
Nevertheless, the exit polls showed that 52 percent to 62 percent of his voters want to vote Macron in the runoff, compared with 9 percent to 12 percent for Le Pen and 29 percent to 36 percent abstaining.
An analysis of exit polls conducted during the presidential primaries estimated the median household income of Trump supporters to be about $72,000.
According to one exit poll, 70 percent of respondents said the U.S. Supreme Court was an important factor in their vote for president in 2016.
Carsten Brzeski, chief economist at ING-DIBA, weighs in on the German election exit poll results.
According to exit polls, Kurz, the leader of The People’s Party (ÖVP), is set to become the newest chancellor on Sunday, according to the BBC.
An overwhelming number of white, evangelicals voted for Donald Trump, 81-16 percent, according to exit poll results.
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Definition of exit poll for English Language Learners
: a method of predicting the result of an election by asking people who they voted for as they leave the place where they voted
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