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Exit Polls: Trump Winning Among Those Who Dislike Both

Exit Polls: Trump Winning Among Those Who Dislike Both

 Donald Trump (AP)

By    |   Tuesday, 08 November 2016 06:33 PM

While many voters have expressed dislike for both major party candidates, Republican Donald Trump appeared to have won the most votes among those who were forced to hold their nose in the voting booth, according to exit polling reported by Fox News Channel.

 

Here's how the numbers stacked up:

Dislike Both Major Party Candidates:

  • Democrat Hillary Clinton: 27 percent
  • Republican Donald Trump: 45 percent
  • Libertarian Gary Johnson: 18 percent
  • Green Party's Jill Stein: 5 percent

Clinton and Trump were tied among late deciders:

  • Clinton: 42 percent
  • Trump: 42 percent
  • Johnson: 8 percent
  • Stein: 4 percent

Other numbers:
Top Candidate Quality (Can Bring Change):

  • Clinton: 13 percent
  • Trump: 82 percent


Trump also has about the same percentage of the Hispanic vote as Mitt Romney in 2012, even though Hispanics have expressed disdain for some of Trump's policies, including a plan to build a border wall with Mexico.

  • Clinton: 65 percent
  • Trump: 27 percent


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While many voters have expressed dislike for both major party candidates, Republican Donald Trump appeared to have won the most votes among those who were forced to hold their nose in the voting booth, according to exit polling reported by Fox News Channel.
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