One enduring theme of the campaign has been how unpopular both candidates are, and it's pretty clear that the campaign didn't change the voters' minds about that. Majorities of those interviewed in our NBC News Exit poll have an unfavorable view of each candidate.
About six in 10 voters so far today have an unfavorable view of Donald Trump; only four in 10 has a favorable view, according to NBC News exit poll interviews with those who have voted thus far in the election. Fewer voters — but still a majority — have an unfavorable view of Hillary Clinton.
What's new here is the fact that a lot of voters don't like both candidates. Take a look at 2012. That year, just 5 percent of voters told us they had an unfavorable opinion of both Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. This year, nearly one in five don't like both of them.
Trump is leading among those who dislike both candidates, but - perhaps not surprisingly - many are opting for someone other than one of the two major party candidates - in fact, these early poll results suggest that one quarter of those who don't like either candidate are voting for Gary Johnson or Jill Stein.