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Exit Polls: Campaign Has Divided GOP

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By    |   Tuesday, 03 May 2016 06:21 PM

Indiana Republican voters on Tuesday said they think this year's heated campaign has mostly divided the party, though 4 in 10 did say they think it has energized the party.

Here are what Indiana Republicans told exit polls, according to Fox News Channel:

Republican campaign has mostly:
  • Energized party: 40 percent
  • Divided party: 57 percent

Feelings if Ted Cruz elected president:
  • Excited: 13 percent
  • Optimistic: 37 percent
  • Concerned: 33 percent
  • Scared: 15 percent

Feelings if John Kasich elected president:
  • Excited: 7 percent
  • Optimistic: 43 percent
  • Concerned: 33 percent
  • Scared: 13 percent

Feelings if Donald Trump elected president:
  • Excited: 27 percent
  • Optimistic: 24 percent
  • Concerned 20 percent
  • Scared: 26 percent

If not majority, GOP should nominate candidate who:
  • Has most votes: 65 percent
  • Delegates think best: 31 percent

Vote if Cruz is GOP nominee:
  • Not for Cruz: 25 percent
  • Probably for Cruz: 28 percent
  • Definitely for Cruz: 45 percent

Vote if Kasich is nominee:
  • Not for Kasich: 30 percent
  • Probably for Kasich: 33 percent
  • Definitely for Kasich: 33 percent

Vote if Trump is GOP nominee:
  • Not for Trump: 22 percent
  • Probably for Trump: 21 percent
  • Definitely for Trump: 55 percent

Feel betrayed by politicians in Republican Party:
  • Yes: 53 percent
  • No: 43 percent

Best describes your vote:
  • For candidate: 74 percent
  • Against opponents: 25 percent

Selection process for GOP nominee has been:
  • Fair: 63 percent
  • Unfair: 33 percent

Prefer next president:
  • Be a political outsider: 59 percent
  • Have political experience: 36 percent

Ran most unfair campaign:
  • Trump: 38 percent
  • Cruz: 42 percent
  • Kasich: 8 percent

Most important issue:
  • Economy/Jobs: 39 percent
  • Government spending: 28 percent
  • Terrorism: 18 percent
  • Immigration: 11 percent

Worried about the economy:
  • Very: 69 percent
  • Somewhat: 24 percent
  • Not too: 6 percent

Policy toward illegal immigration:
  • Legal status: 51 percent
  • Deport: 47 percent

Feelings about federal government:
  • Negative 84 percent
  • Positive: 14 percent

Top candidate quality:
  • Shares my values: 34 percent
  • Can bring change: 32 percent
  • Tells it like it is: 21 percent
  • Can win in November: 11 percent

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