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Latest on the 2012 National Elections from the CNN.com Politics team. Headlines and video, candidates' positions on the issues, fundraising totals, States to Watch news and analysis, and a unique side-by-side visual comparison of the Republican and Democratic candidates.

really cool thing looking at the exit polls and votes. totally relevant, could also be interesting with parties and how frequently the parties have changed in the polls See how much voter groups have shifted in the 2012 exit polls, compared to 2008. Early numbers are preliminary and may change significantly until midday Wednesday, when poll results are finalized. Each state's data will be available after their polls close.

Based on CNN exit polling, here is a map of how the Electoral College vote would look like if ONLY those who paid federal income taxes got to vote...

Five Democratic Primaries: Exit Poll Discrepancies and Win Probabilities

Five Democratic Primaries: Exit Poll Discrepancies and Win Probabilities Richard Charnin March 16, 2016 This is a summary exit poll analysis of the March 15 Democratic exit polls. Clinton won the…

Life after defeat for Mitt Romney: Public praise, private questions

Life after defeat for Mitt Romney: Public praise, private questions - The Washington Post

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Democratic Primary Exit Poll Analysis

Who turned out in Tuesday's Wisconsin primary and what motivated their votes? Preliminary exit poll results in the Democratic race in Wisconsin suggest that Bernie Sanders benefited both from the state’s demographics and from advantages in excitement, inspiration and honesty, while Hillary Clinton...

Live Blog: Exit Poll Analysis From Tuesday's Big Five Primaries

Exit poll analysis from Tuesday's big primaries provide understanding about what is on the minds of voters as they made they presidential picks.

Exit polls: Wisconsin primary voters say trade leads to job loss - CNNPolitics.com

Republican voters who went to the polls in Wisconsin Tuesday saw trade with other countries as a drain, but Democratic voters were equally split between those who said it created jobs and those who said it cost jobs, according to exit poll results.

New Hampshire Primary Exit Poll Analysis: How They Won