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Tags: Trump Administration | GOP2016 | Polls | cnn | exit | gop | Michigan

CNN Exit Poll: GOP in Michigan, Mississippi Angry With Federal Government

CNN Exit Poll: GOP in Michigan, Mississippi Angry With Federal Government
A voter puts in his ballot for the Michigan presidential primary at a polling station in Warren, Michigan. (Photo by Getty Images)

By    |   Tuesday, 08 March 2016 05:46 PM

Forty-four percent of Republicans voting Tuesday in Mississippi are angry with the federal government, while 32 percent are in Michigan, according to exit-poll results from CNN.

But in Michigan, 55 percent said they were dissatisfied — compared with 43 percent in the Magnolia State.

Here are the results:

What are your feelings about the federal government?

Mississippi:
  • Angry: 44 percent.
  • Dissatisfied: 43 percent.
  • Satisfied: 8 percent.
  • Enthusiastic: 2 percent.
Michigan:
  • Angry: 32 percent.
  • Dissatisfied: 55 percent.
  • Satisfied: 8 percent.
  • Enthusiastic: 2 percent.
Michigan and Mississippi were among four states holding GOP primaries or caucuses on Tuesday.

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Forty-four percent of Republicans voting Tuesday in Mississippi are angry with the federal government, while 32 percent are in Michigan, according to exit-poll results from CNN.
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