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Exit Polls: Gov. Spending, Economy Concern Nebraska Republicans

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By    |   Tuesday, 10 May 2016 06:33 PM

Voters in the Nebraska GOP primary on Tuesday were equally concerned with government spending and the economy, according to exit polls reported by Fox News Channel.

Here are the results of the polling of Nebraska Republicans:

2016 vote for president:
  • Hillary Clinton: 5 percent
  • Donald Trump: 78 percent
  • Other: 15 percent
Most important issue:
  • Government spending: 30 percent
  • Economy/jobs: 29 percent
  • Terrorism: 21 percent
  • Immigration: 18 percent
Feelings about federal government:
  • Angry: 40 percent
  • Dissatisfied: 53 percent
  • Satisfied: 6 percent
  • Enthusiastic: 1 percent
Likelihood Trump will beat Clinton:
  • Very: 43 percent
  • Somewhat: 50 percent
  • Not too: 12 percent
  • Not at all: 4 percent
Top candidate quality:
  • Tells it like it is: 32 percent
  • Can bring change: 30 percent
  • Shares my values: 22 percent
  • Can win in November: 13 percent
Feelings if Trump elected president:
  • Excited: 21 percent
  • Optimistic: 41 percent
  • Concerned: 24 percent
  • Scared: 13 percent
Feel betrayed by politicians in Republican Party?
  • Yes: 64 percent
  • No: 30 percent
Trade with other countries:
  • Creates U.S. jobs: 36 percent
  • Takes U.S. jobs: 50 percent
  • No effect: 8 percent

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