Georgia Results


16 electoral votes
J 93% IN
Image: Donald Trump
Donald Trump
Image: Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton
Gary Johnson 3%
Projected Winner
AtlantaAtlanta AtlantaAtlanta
No results
Hillary Clinton
Donald Trump
Not decided


J 88% IN
Image: Johnny Isakson
Johnny Isakson
Image: Jim Barksdale
Jim Barksdale
Allen Buckley 4%
Projected Winner

House Results

District 1 / 0% IN

Buddy Carter INCUMBENT

District 2 / 100% IN

Sanford Bishop INCUMBENT
Greg Duke

District 3 / 100% IN

Drew Ferguson
Angela Pendley

District 4 / 100% IN

Hank Johnson INCUMBENT
Victor Armendariz

District 5 / 100% IN

Douglas Bell

District 6 / 100% IN

Rodney Stooksbury

District 7 / 100% IN

Rashid Malik

District 8 / 100% IN

Austin Scott INCUMBENT
James Harris

District 9 / 0% IN

Doug Collins INCUMBENT

District 10 / 0% IN


District 11 / 100% IN

Barry Loudermilk INCUMBENT
Don Wilson

District 12 / 100% IN

Tricia McCracken

District 13 / 0% IN


District 14 / 0% IN


Exit polls:


A profile of key demographics in the 2016 vote.

Exit polls:


Gender Male 45 % of voters Trump +23 37603
Female 55% Clinton +11 54433
Age 18-29 18 % of voters Clinton +30 63334
30-44 28% Clinton +7 51445
45-64 38% Trump +16 41572
65 or over 16% Trump +36 31671
Age 18-44 46 % of voters Clinton +15 55405
45+ 54% Trump +22 38601
Race White 60 % of voters Trump +54 21754
Black 30% Clinton +80 8992
Hispanic/Latino 4% Clinton +40 67276
Asian 3% Not enough data ---
Other 2% Not enough data ---
Gender by race White men 30 % of voters Trump +64 16804
White women 31% Trump +44 26703
Black men 12% Clinton +68 83153
Black women 19% Clinton +89 9452
Latino men 2% Not enough data ---
Latino women 2% Not enough data ---
All other races 5% Clinton +27 63361
Which best describes your education? High school or less 19 % of voters Trump +18 39574
Some college/assoc. degree 31% Trump +5 46513
College graduate 34% Tie 49492
Postgraduate study 17% Clinton +3 50474
College education College graduate 50 % of voters Clinton +1 49483
No college degree 50% Trump +11 43543
Education by race White college graduates 30 % of voters Trump +41 28693
White no college degree 30% Trump +66 15814
Non White college graduates 20% Clinton +66 82162
Non White no college degree 20% Clinton +72 85132
2015 total family income: Under $30,000 16 % of voters Clinton +13 54415
$30,000 - $49,999 20% Trump +13 40537
$50,000 - $99,999 33% Tie 49492
$100,000 - $199,999 21% Trump +16 41572
$200,000 - $249,999 4% Not enough data ---
$250,000 or more 6% Not enough data ---
No matter how you voted today, do you usually think of yourself as a: Democrat 34 % of voters Clinton +89 9451
Republican 36% Trump +90 4942
Independent or something else 30% Trump +11 41527
Party by gender Democratic men 11 % of voters Clinton +89 9451
Democratic women 23% Clinton +89 9451
Republican men 18% Trump +89 4933
Republican women 18% Trump +91 4951
Independent men 16% Trump +25 35605
Independent women 14% Clinton +7 49429
On most political matters, do you consider yourself: Liberal 22 % of voters Clinton +74 85114
Moderate 36% Clinton +19 57385
Conservative 42% Trump +70 15851
White evangelical or white born-again Christians White evangelical or white born-again Christian 34 % of voters Trump +87 5923
All others 66% Clinton +35 66313
Are you currently married? Yes 59 % of voters Trump +27 35623
No 41% Clinton +19 58393
Gender by marital status Married men 31 % of voters Trump +41 28693
Married women 28% Trump +12 42543
Non-married men 15% Trump +4 47512
Non-married women 26% Clinton +32 64323
When did you finally decide for whom to vote in the presidential election? In the last few days 5 % of voters Trump +3 434611
In the last week 4% Not enough data ---
In October 10% Trump +7 42499
In September 13% Clinton +7 52453
Before that 66% Trump +11 44551
When did you finally decide for whom to vote in the presidential election? In the last week 10 % of voters Clinton +10 52427
Before that 89% Trump +8 45532
When did you finally decide for whom to vote in the presidential election? In the last month 20 % of voters Clinton +2 47458
Before that 79% Trump +8 45532
Which best describes your vote for president today? I strongly favor my candidate 52 % of voters Clinton +6 52462
I like my candidate but with reservations 25% Clinton +2 50482
I dislike the other candidates 21% Trump +19 355411
Which ONE of these four issues is the most important facing the country? Foreign policy 11 % of voters Clinton +31 63325
Immigration 14% Trump +51 24751
The economy 56% Tie 48484
Terrorism 17% Trump +17 41581
Which ONE of these four candidate qualities mattered most in deciding how you voted for president? Cares about people like me 16 % of voters Clinton +31 64333
Can bring needed change 41% Trump +70 14842
Has the right experience 19% Clinton +79 89100
Has good judgment 20% Clinton +14 53398
Should most illegal immigrants working in the United States be: Offered a chance to apply for legal status 73 % of voters Clinton +25 61364
Deported to the country they came from 21% Trump +64 18821
In general, how do you think things work in the U.S. today? Whites are favored over minorities 39 % of voters Clinton +73 85123
Minorities are favored over whites 25% Trump +77 11881
No group is favored 32% Trump +29 33625
Which best describes your feelings about the way the federal government is working? Enthusiastic 5 % of voters Not enough data ---
Satisfied, but not enthusiastic 26% Clinton +66 81154
Dissatisfied, but not angry 41% Trump +14 41554
Angry 26% Trump +64 16804
Which best describes your feelings about the way the federal government is working? Enthusiastic or satisfied 31 % of voters Clinton +65 81163
Dissatisfied or angry 67% Trump +34 31654
Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling his job as president? Strongly approve 36 % of voters Clinton +83 9181
Somewhat approve 15% Clinton +54 73198
Somewhat disapprove 10% Trump +67 13808
Strongly disapprove 38% Trump +95 2971
Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling his job as president? Approve 50 % of voters Clinton +74 86123
Disapprove 49% Trump +89 4933
Is your opinion of Hillary Clinton: Favorable 43 % of voters Clinton +92 9641
Unfavorable 56% Trump +84 6904
Is your opinion of Donald Trump: Favorable 45 % of voters Trump +95 2972
Unfavorable 54% Clinton +65 81164
Do you have a favorable opinion of ... Both 2 % of voters Not enough data ---
Only Clinton 41% Clinton +98 9911
Only Trump 43% Trump +96 1982
Neither 13% Trump +39 246313
Do you think Hillary Clinton is honest and trustworthy? Yes 38 % of voters Clinton +93 9631
No 59% Trump +64 16804
Do you think Donald Trump is honest and trustworthy? Yes 40 % of voters Trump +95 1972
No 56% Clinton +65 81163
Do you think the presidential candidates are honest and trustworthy? Both 1 % of voters Not enough data ---
Only Clinton 37% Clinton +97 9811
Only Trump 39% Trump +97 1981
Neither 19% Clinton +2 47458
Do you think Hillary Clinton is qualified to serve as president? Yes 50 % of voters Clinton +82 9191
No 49% Trump +85 5905
Do you think Donald Trump is qualified to serve as president? Yes 42 % of voters Trump +92 3952
No 58% Clinton +66 81154
Do you think the presidential candidates are qualified to serve as president? Both 5 % of voters Not enough data ---
Only Clinton 45% Clinton +95 9721
Only Trump 37% Trump +96 -982
Neither 12% Trump +44 216514
Do you think Hillary Clinton has the temperament to serve effectively as president? Yes 52 % of voters Clinton +77 87103
No 46% Trump +89 4933
Do you think Donald Trump has the temperament to serve effectively as president? Yes 42 % of voters Trump +92 4960
No 56% Clinton +66 80146
Do you think the presidential candidates have the temperament to serve effectively as president? Both 5 % of voters Not enough data ---
Only Clinton 47% Clinton +91 9423
Only Trump 36% Trump +98 1990
Neither 10% Trump +54 177113
Does Hillary Clinton's use of private email while secretary of state bother you: A lot 49 % of voters Trump +87 5923
Some 14% Clinton +41 67267
Not much 15% Clinton +84 9064
Not at all 21% Clinton +91 9541
Does Donald Trump's treatment of women bother you: A lot 46 % of voters Clinton +74 85114
Some 20% Trump +55 20755
Not much 13% Trump +85 7922
Not at all 21% Trump +79 10890
Do you think the condition of the nation's economy is: Excellent 5 % of voters Not enough data ---
Good 36% Clinton +69 82136
Not so good 34% Trump +37 29664
Poor 24% Trump +73 13861
Compared to four years ago, is your family's financial situation: Better today 37 % of voters Clinton +44 70264
Worse today 26% Trump +75 11862
About the same 36% Trump +7 46532
Do you expect life for the next generation of Americans to be: Better than life today 40 % of voters Clinton +22 60381
Worse than life today 26% Trump +42 27694
About the same 28% Clinton +11 54434
In today's election for U.S. Senate, did you just vote for: Jim Barksdale 40 % of voters Clinton +90 9441
Johnny Isakson 56% Trump +74 12862
Allen Buckley 4% Trump +6 273933
Population City over 50,000 18 % of voters Clinton +39 68292
Suburbs 58% Trump +5 46513
Small city and Rural 23% Trump +38 29674
Geo Stratum Code North 19 % of voters Trump +41 28693
Atlanta Suburbs 28% Clinton +4 50465
Atlanta Metro 18% Clinton +54 76222
Central 19% Trump +13 42553
Coast/South 16% Trump +33 32652

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