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2016 Presidential Election Exit Poll/Votecount Comparison

2016 Presidential Election Exit Poll/Votecount Comparison A + percentage in the "Red Shift" column indicates a votecount margin greater for Trump than was his exit poll margin. A RED number indicates an exit poll-votecount shift with a 50% or greater likelihood of altering the outcome. Exit PollSource: NEP/CNN.com; Vote Count Source:

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Election Polls -- Presidential Vote by Groups | Gallup ...

2012 Presidential Election, Vote by Groups 0b ama NATIONWIDE Men Women White (incl. Htspanies) N onwhite Non-Hispanic white Nonwhite (incl. Hispanics)

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How the West Wing Was Won, 2016

How the West Wing Was Won, 2016 Outcomes & Implications Bruce Mehlman Jan. 5, 2017 . [email protected] . follow . @bpmehlman

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An Evaluation of 2016 Election Polls In the United States

An Evaluation of 2016 Election Polls ... ABC News/Washington Post CNN/ORC Marquette University ... Analysis from Aaron Blake (2016) using NEP exit poll data. % Voters who decided in final week

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Who Voted for Trump in 2016? - Scientific Research Publishing

In 2016, CNN reported exit poll data for 28 states. Exit poll data was drawn from a small percentage of voters immediately after leaving the polling station. In the state of Utah, there was no exit poll data taken for income groups. In the states of Oregon and Washington, there was no exit poll data taken for voters 18 to 29 years of age.

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OFFICIAL 2016 PRESIDENTIAL GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS ...

OFFICIAL 2016 PRESIDENTIAL GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS General Election Date: 11/08/2016 DATE: January 30, 2017 SOURCE: State Elections Offices* - Page 1 of 10 - STATE ELECTORAL VOTES ELECTORAL VOTES CAST FOR DONALD J. TRUMP (R) ELECTORAL VOTES CAST FOR

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A Hoover InstItutIon essAy on contemporAry AmerIcAn ...

polls that Trump received only 21 percent of the Latino vote in 2016.10 The exit polls and Latino Decisions reported nearly identical results in 2012, however, when both were presumably using the same methodologies as in 2016, so it is unclear why they would disagree in 2016 but not in 2012. A ABC News/Washington Post poll tracking

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2016 Presidential Election Exit Poll/Votecount Comparison

2016 Presidential Election Exit Poll/Votecount Comparison A + percentage in the "Red Shift" column indicates a votecount margin greater for Trump than was his exit poll margin. A RED number indicates an exit poll-votecount shift with a 50% or greater likelihood of altering the outcome. Exit PollSource: NEP/CNN.com; Vote Count Source:

November 15th,2019

Party Loyalty and Exit Polls: What Voters are Saying

Party Loyalty and Exit Polls: What Voters are Saying In the next 8 pages, we look at what voters in Republican and Democratic contests told the exit pollsters during the 2016 primary and caucus ...

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