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Exit Polls: GOP Voters in Nebraska, W.Va. See Party Coming Together

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By    |   Tuesday, 10 May 2016 06:03 PM

Republicans voting Tuesday in Nebraska and West Virginia say that they believe the GOP is divided but will eventually unite — though more Nebraska voters say the party will remain splintered than those in the Mountain State.

Here are the results of CNN exit polls:

How would you describe the state of the Republican Party?

Nebraska:
  • Divided but will unite: 51 percent.
  • Will remain divided: 45 percent.
  • United: 3 percent.
West Virginia:
  • Divided but will unite: 62 percent.
  • Will remain divided: 26 percent.
  • United: 10 percent.

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Republicans voting Tuesday in Nebraska and West Virginia say that they believe the GOP is divided but will eventually unite — though more Nebraska voters say the party will remain splintered than those in the Mountain State.
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