N.H. Exit Polls: High Earners Went For Romney, Economic Optimists For Obama

New York Times

According to this New York Times exit polls interactive, Granite Staters…

  • Who earn over $100,000 voted for Governor Romney by a margin of 3 percent. Those who earn less than $100,000 preferred President Obama.
  • Who are feeling good about the economy voted for President Obama; those feeling poorly about the economy voted for Governor Romney.
  • Of all ages preferred President Obama except for those between 30 and 44 years of age. This age group was tied between the two candidates.
  • Who are married were tied in their support for both candidates; unmarried voters went for the President by 58 percent.


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