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'Very Conservative' Voters Went for Cruz: Fox Exit Polls

'Very Conservative' Voters Went for Cruz: Fox Exit Polls
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By    |   Tuesday, 03 May 2016 07:57 PM

The good news for Texas Sen. Ted Cruz in Indiana was that he captured voters who describe themselves as "very conservative," according to Fox News exit polling.

The bad news: Indiana voters weren't overwhelmingly conservative.

Here's how GOP voters described themselves:
  • Very conservative: 32 percent
  • Somewhat conservative: 44 percent
  • Moderate: 22 percent

Indiana has open primaries, meaning voters do not have to be registered Republicans or Democrats to vote in the primaries, so many of them likely were independents — a likely help to front-runner Donald Trump, who has been declared the winner by major news organizations.

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The good news for Texas Sen. Ted Cruz in Indiana was that he captured voters who describe themselves as very conservative, according to Fox News exit polling. The bad news: Indiana voters weren't overwhelmingly conservative. Here's how GOP voters described...
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