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CNN Exit Poll: Most Indiana GOP Voters Want Nomination to Go to Top Primary Winner

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Voters cast their ballots at a polling place in Whiting, Indiana. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

By    |   Tuesday, 03 May 2016 05:26 PM

Nearly two-thirds of Republicans voting in Indiana Tuesday said that the candidate who has won the most caucuses and primaries should be the party's nominee, while nearly as many said that they considered the nomination process fair.

Here are the results of CNN exit polls:

Who should the Republican nomination go to if no candidate reaches 1,237 delegates by the time of the national convention?
  • Primary winner: 65 percent.
  • Best candidate: 31 percent.
Has the process of choosing the Republican nomination fair or not?
  • Fair: 63 percent.
  • Unfair: 33 percent.
Has the nomination race energized or divided the party?
  • Divided: 57 percent.
  • Energized: 40 percent.

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Nearly two-thirds of Republicans voting in Indiana Tuesday said that the candidate who has won the most caucuses and primaries should be the party's nominee, while nearly as many said that they considered the nomination process fair.
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