Va. Exit Poll: Race Tied 49 to 49

Tuesday, 06 Nov 2012 07:30 PM

By Patrick Hobin

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The presidential candidates are deadlocked at 49 percent in the swing state of Virginia, according to early exit polls.

CNN exit polls also said that 49 percent of voters wanted to see ObamaCare repealed, with 46 percent wanting to keep it.

The polls showed that 53 percent of voters thought Romney would better handle the economy, while 45 percent of voters gave the nod to President Barack Obama.

Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia said on MSNBC that “Virginia in 2012 looks very different...We've got a rising Hispanic, Asian, and African American population.”

A CBS exit poll shows Romney leading among men 53 percent to 45 percent. Obama leads among women 53 percent to 46 percent.

Romney is also leading among white voters 64 percent to 35 percent and those who have served in the military are going for Romney 55 percent to 44 percent, CBS reported.

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