I’m going to be updating with everything I can find in exit polling, so come back often.
As per ABC:
Fewer than half of GOP voters – about four in 10 – are looking for a political outsider, fewer than anywhere else. Nearly four in 10 in preliminary exit poll data also say it matters a great deal to them to support a candidate who shares their religious beliefs, and six in 10 are evangelicals. Two-thirds say they’d be satisfied with Ted Cruz as the nominee, a high for him among all states in which we have exit polls – compared with nearly six in 10 for Rubio and less than half for Trump. That said, two-thirds of GOP primary voters in Texas want to build a wall along the entire U.S.-Mexico border, as Trump has suggested.
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) March 2, 2016
WOW!!! Please let this be accurate!!
EXIT POLL: Rubio kills it with late deciders in states like Virginia, Georgia & Oklahoma pic.twitter.com/842AHcO5OK
— Shepard Smith (@ShepNewsTeam) March 1, 2016
Half of voters want someone with political experience rather than an outsider, the only state today where that’s the case. Preliminary exit poll results indicate that fewer GOP primary voters in Virginia than elsewhere want to ban non-U.S. Muslims, deport undocumented immigrants or are angry with the government. And among today’s Southern states, shared religious beliefs are least important to Virginia voters.
— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) March 1, 2016
— Meet the Press (@meetthepress) March 1, 2016
What the heck?!?!
Second wave exit poll in VT: Kasich 31%, Trump 30%. Close, will evolve. But Kasich was not expected to come close to winning a state tonight
— Taniel (@Taniel) March 2, 2016
Wow. That does not mean he’ll win it, as exit polls are nearly never accurate, but it could signal an incredible upset. Still, Kasich blows and he needs to bow out, so this is bad news for everyone else. At least Trump wouldn’t run the table then…
NBC #SuperTuesday GOP PRIMARIES EXIT POLLS:
ARKANSAS – 74
TENNESSEE – 70
ALABAMA – 69
GEORGIA – 61
— Frank Thorp V (@frankthorp) March 1, 2016
Exit polls:More than 3/4 of GOP voters in Alabama, Arkansas and Tennessee support banning Muslims from entering the country #supertuesday
— David Brody (@TheBrodyFile) March 1, 2016
Trump looks like he’s killing it among the less educated.
— NBC News (@NBCNews) March 1, 2016
And the Daily Show is trynna be funny:
— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) March 1, 2016
Dang. No wonder his ratings blow chunks.
What do you conclude from these exit polls? Let us know in the comments section!!