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Missouri Primary Results

Mar 15: Missouri Republican Primary

52 delegates
99% in
Mar 16 2016, 4:49 pm ET
FULL RESULTS

Mar 15: Missouri Democratic Primary

84 delegates
99% in
Mar 16 2016, 4:49 pm ET
FULL RESULTS

Republican Exit Poll Highlights

Entrance and exit polls are representative samples of voters taken before they enter (entrance poll, used for caucuses) or after they leave (exit poll, used for primaries) their voting place. This data is used to understand who voted for whom and why they did so.
Profile of Voters for Each Candidate
The data below provide a profile of each candidate's supporters by age, gender, race and ideology.
Breakdown by..
Age
Gender
Race
Ideology
Winners and Losers Within Groups
The data below provide a profile of each candidate's supporters by age, gender, race and ideology.

Democratic Exit Poll Highlights

Entrance and exit polls are representative samples of voters taken before they enter (entrance poll, used for caucuses) or after they leave (exit poll, used for primaries) their voting place. This data is used to understand who voted for whom and why they did so.
Profile of Voters for Each Candidate
The data below provide a profile of each candidates supporters by age, gender, race and ideology.
Breakdown by..
Age
Gender
Race
Ideology
Winners and Losers Within Groups
The data below show the share of the electorate in each of several groups and how each group voted.

Missouri Republican Primary Exit Polls

Jump to DemocratsVOTER CHARACTERISTICS
AND ATTITUDES
Leader
Carson
Cruz
Kasich
Rubio
Trump
Uncommitted
Gender Male 52% of voters Trump +5 139114440
Female 48% Cruz +5 14397381
Age 18-24 7% of voters Not enough data ------
25-29 6% Not enough data ------
30-39 11% Cruz +18 050132321
40-49 18% Cruz +6 2439937-
50-64 35% Trump +2 039117411
65 or over 23% Trump +15 13412449-
Age 18-29 13% of voters Cruz +9 14856390
30-59 52% Cruz +7 144106370
60 or over 36% Trump +13 134125470
Race White 93% of voters Trump +2 140106420
Black 3% Not enough data ------
Hispanic/Latino 1% Not enough data ------
Asian 1% Not enough data ------
Other 2% Not enough data ------
Which best describes your education? High school or less 19% of voters Trump +2 -4534471
Some college/assoc. degree 36% Trump +8 13974470
College graduate 27% Cruz +6 142138360
Postgraduate study 18% Cruz +15 242217270
Education by race White college graduates 42% of voters Cruz +8 142167340
White non-college graduates 51% Trump +8 14064480
Non White college graduates 3% Not enough data ------
Non White non-college graduates 3% Not enough data ------
2015 total family income: Under $30,000 13% of voters Not enough data ------
$30,000 - $49,999 21% Cruz +13 050103371
$50,000 - $99,999 38% Trump +5 14096450
$100,000 - $199,999 21% Cruz +14 144159301
$200,000 or more 6% Not enough data ------
No matter how you voted today, do you usually think of yourself as a: Democrat 5% of voters Not enough data ------
Republican 69% Cruz +3 14486410
Independent or something else 26% Tie 237156371
On most political matters, do you consider yourself: Very conservative 40% of voters Cruz +19 15534360
Somewhat conservative 39% Trump +5 138116430
Moderate 19% Trump +20 223219431
Liberal 2% Not enough data ------
On most political matters, do you consider yourself: Conservative 78% of voters Cruz +7 14675390
Moderate or liberal 22% Trump +18 224219421
Would you describe yourself as a born-again or evangelical Christian? Yes 60% of voters Cruz +16 15264360
No 40% Trump +19 127169461
White evangelical or white born-again Christians White evangelical or white born-again Christian 54% of voters Cruz +11 1497438-
All others 46% Trump +7 034148411
How often do you attend religious services? More than once a week 24% of voters Cruz +26 15610230-
Once a week 33% Cruz +17 0509733-
A few times a month 11% Not enough data ------
A few times a year 22% Trump +19 129145482
Never 9% Not enough data ------
How often do you attend religious services? Weekly 57% of voters Cruz +20 1529532-
Occasionally 33% Trump +20 128128482
Never 9% Not enough data ------
Before today, had you ever voted in a Republican presidential primary? Yes 81% of voters Cruz +1 142105410
No 18% Not enough data ------
Which ONE of these four issues is the most important facing the country? Immigration 11% of voters Trump +32 13122631
Economy/Jobs 34% Trump +6 136146421
Terrorism 21% Trump +1 038911390
Government spending 32% Cruz +21 1539432-
Which ONE of these four candidate qualities mattered most in deciding how you voted today? Can win in November 10% of voters Trump +7 13689430
Shares my values 38% Cruz +49 1621310120
Tells it like it is 20% Trump +69 21142801
Can bring needed change 31% Trump +10 038112480
How worried are you about the direction of the nation's economy in the next few years? Very worried 71% of voters Trump +5 14086450
Somewhat worried 23% Cruz +8 14216534-
Not too worried 4% Not enough data ------
Not at all worried 1% Not enough data ------
How worried are you about the direction of the nation's economy in the next few years? Very or somewhat worried 94% of voters Trump +1 141105420
Not too or not at all worried 5% Not enough data ------
Which best describes your family's financial situation? Getting ahead financially 22% of voters Trump +1 135177361
Holding steady financially 62% Cruz +4 04594411
Falling behind financially 15% Trump +16 23251048-
Should most illegal immigrants working in the United States be: Offered a chance to apply for legal status 53% of voters Cruz +11 0421510311
Deported to the country they came from 42% Trump +14 13941530
How do you feel about temporarily banning Muslims who are not U.S. citizens from entering the U.S.? Support 73% of voters Trump +9 04054491
Oppose 24% Cruz +23 2462312131
Which best describes your feelings about the way the federal government is working? Enthusiastic 1% of voters Not enough data ------
Satisfied, but not enthusiastic 6% Not enough data ------
Dissatisfied, but not angry 52% Cruz +10 143148330
Angry 40% Trump +9 14133500
Which best describes your feelings about the way the federal government is working? Enthusiastic or satisfied 6% of voters Not enough data ------
Dissatisfied or angry 92% Cruz +2 14296400
Would you say you feel betrayed by politicians from the Republican Party? Yes 59% of voters Trump +1 142103430
No 38% Trump +1 03910940-
Would you like the next president to: Have experience in politics 39% of voters Cruz +45 16015139-
Be from outside the political establishment 53% Trump +42 12542671
If Ted Cruz is the Republican nominee in November, would you: Not vote for him 21% of voters Trump +42 1321963-
Probably vote for him 28% Trump +32 12313755-
Definitely vote for him 50% Cruz +43 16753241
If John Kasich is the Republican nominee in November, would you: Not vote for him 28% of voters Trump +23 3332656-
Probably vote for him 32% Cruz +9 04757380
Definitely vote for him 38% Cruz +12 043223311
If Donald Trump is the Republican nominee in November, would you: Not vote for him 27% of voters Cruz +37 25922132-
Probably vote for him 21% Cruz +34 257116231
Definitely vote for him 50% Trump +46 02442700
If Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were the candidates in November, would you: Be satisfied with that choice 54% of voters Trump +49 -2172700
Seriously consider voting for a third party candidate 43% Cruz +50 264141151
Do you think Ted Cruz is honest and trustworthy? Yes 61% of voters Cruz +40 1655425-
No 37% Trump +46 15188641
Do you think John Kasich is honest and trustworthy? Yes 62% of voters Cruz +3 040165370
No 30% Trump +9 24016491
Do you think Donald Trump is honest and trustworthy? Yes 48% of voters Trump +58 01832760
No 48% Cruz +46 26418861
If these had been the only candidates on the ballot today, would you have voted for: Ted Cruz 49% of voters Cruz +73 281882-
Donald Trump 42% Trump +90 0041941
Would not have voted 8% Not enough data ------
If these had been the only candidates on the ballot today, would you have voted for: John Kasich 34% of voters Cruz +26 15529124-
Donald Trump 50% Trump +58 120-1781
Would not have voted 13% Not enough data ------
Which ONE of these four candidates do you think would make the best commander in chief? Ted Cruz 38% of voters Cruz +92 1940220
John Kasich 15% Not enough data ------
Marco Rubio 8% Not enough data ------
Donald Trump 38% Trump +97 01--981
When did you finally decide for whom to vote in the presidential primary? Just today 12% of voters Not enough data ------
In the last few days 17% Cruz +33 -55148221
Sometime last week 7% Not enough data ------
In the last month 23% Cruz +5 14215637-
Before that 40% Trump +27 03243591
Population City over 50,000 13% of voters Cruz +4 241107371
Suburbs 54% Cruz +2 042116400
Small city and Rural 33% Trump +4 14085440
Region StL City/County 16% of voters Tie 235179351
East Central 17% Trump +5 -4086450
Kansas City Area 15% Cruz +3 142135390
North 17% Trump +1 14010641-
South 35% Cruz +3 14574420

Missouri Democratic Primary Exit Polls

Jump to RepublicansVOTER CHARACTERISTICS
AND ATTITUDES
Leader
Clinton
Sanders
Uncommitted
Gender Male 45% of voters Sanders +12 44560
Female 55% Clinton +10 54441
Age 18-24 8% of voters Sanders +57 21781
25-29 8% Sanders +57 21781
30-39 17% Sanders +40 30700
40-49 18% Clinton +12 55431
50-64 28% Clinton +20 60400
65 or over 22% Clinton +39 69300
Age 18-44 41% of voters Sanders +35 32671
45+ 59% Clinton +25 62371
Race White 72% of voters Sanders +9 45540
Black 21% Clinton +35 67321
Hispanic/Latino 3% Not enough data ---
Asian 2% Not enough data ---
Other 2% Not enough data ---
Sex by race White men 33% of voters Sanders +23 38610
White women 40% Clinton +3 51480
Black men 9% Not enough data ---
Black women 12% Clinton +40 70301
Latino men 1% Not enough data ---
Latino women 2% Not enough data ---
All other races 4% Not enough data ---
Which best describes your education? High school or less 15% of voters Clinton +25 62371
Some college/assoc. degree 33% Sanders +7 46531
College graduate 29% Sanders +10 4555-
Postgraduate study 23% Clinton +2 51490
Education by race White college graduates 39% of voters Sanders +14 43570
White non-college graduates 33% Sanders +5 47520
Non White college graduates 13% Clinton +24 62380
Non White non-college graduates 15% Clinton +20 59392
2015 total family income: Under $30,000 23% of voters Sanders +7 46531
$30,000 - $49,999 23% Sanders +2 49510
$50,000 - $99,999 29% Tie 50500
$100,000 - $199,999 21% Tie 5050-
$200,000 or more 5% Not enough data ---
No matter how you voted today, do you usually think of yourself as a: Democrat 74% of voters Clinton +11 55441
Republican 2% Not enough data ---
Independent or something else 24% Sanders +34 33670
On most political matters, do you consider yourself: Very liberal 28% of voters Sanders +22 3961-
Somewhat liberal 39% Clinton +4 52481
Moderate 29% Clinton +17 58411
Conservative 4% Not enough data ---
Are you currently married? Yes 59% of voters Clinton +11 55440
No 41% Sanders +20 40600
Gender by marital status Married men 28% of voters Clinton +3 51481
Married women 31% Clinton +18 59410
Non-married men 16% Not enough data ---
Non-married women 25% Sanders +6 47531
Does anyone in your household belong to a labor union? Yes 21% of voters Sanders +9 45541
No 79% Clinton +1 50491
Before today, had you ever voted in a Democratic presidential primary? Yes 82% of voters Clinton +10 55451
No 17% Sanders +46 27730
Which ONE of these four issues is the most important facing the country? Health care 24% of voters Sanders +4 48521
Economy/Jobs 41% Clinton +15 57421
Terrorism 7% Not enough data ---
Income inequality 26% Sanders +30 3565-
Which ONE of these four candidate qualities mattered most in deciding how you voted today? Can win in November 12% of voters Clinton +56 77212
Cares about people like me 30% Sanders +37 31681
Honest and trustworthy 29% Sanders +64 18820
Has the right experience 27% Clinton +79 89100
Should the next president: Generally continue Barack Obama's policies 55% of voters Clinton +34 66321
Change to more liberal policies 32% Sanders +54 23770
Change to less liberal policies 10% Not enough data ---
In the last few years, have race relations in this country: Gotten better 10% of voters Not enough data ---
Stayed about the same 28% Clinton +8 54460
Gotten worse 61% Sanders +8 46541
Who would you trust to handle race relations? Only Clinton 19% of voters Not enough data ---
Only Sanders 22% Sanders +91 4951
Both of them 54% Clinton +2 51490
Neither of them 3% Not enough data ---
Who would you trust to handle race relations? Only Clinton or both of them 73% of voters Clinton +26 63370
Only Sanders or neither of them 25% Sanders +82 8902
Who would you trust to handle race relations? Only Sanders or both of them 76% of voters Sanders +25 37621
Only Clinton or neither of them 22% Clinton +79 89101
Do you think the U.S. economic system generally: Favors the wealthy 90% of voters Sanders +5 47521
Is fair to most Americans 9% Not enough data ---
Overall, would you say trade with other countries: Creates more U.S. jobs 42% of voters Clinton +17 58411
Takes away U.S. jobs 43% Sanders +7 46531
Has no effect on U.S. jobs 11% Not enough data ---
How worried are you about the direction of the nation's economy in the next few years? Very worried 36% of voters Sanders +11 44551
Somewhat worried 45% Clinton +2 50480
Not too worried 15% Not enough data ---
Not at all worried 4% Not enough data ---
How worried are you about the direction of the nation's economy in the next few years? Very or somewhat worried 80% of voters Sanders +4 47511
Not too or not at all worried 19% Clinton +14 5743-
Which best describes your family's financial situation? Getting ahead financially 23% of voters Clinton +15 57420
Holding steady financially 59% Clinton +2 51491
Falling behind financially 17% Sanders +25 37621
Would you like the next president to: Have experience in politics 80% of voters Clinton +16 58420
Be from outside the political establishment 17% Sanders +70 14842
If Hillary Clinton won the nomination, would you be: Satisfied 72% of voters Clinton +31 65341
Dissatisfied 27% Sanders +91 4951
If Bernie Sanders won the nomination, would you be: Satisfied 76% of voters Sanders +30 35650
Dissatisfied 22% Clinton +88 9352
Do you think Hillary Clinton's positions on the issues are: Too liberal 10% of voters Not enough data ---
Not liberal enough 31% Sanders +64 18820
About right 57% Clinton +45 72270
Do you think Bernie Sanders' positions on the issues are: Too liberal 23% of voters Clinton +72 86140
Not liberal enough 10% Not enough data ---
About right 65% Sanders +39 30690
Do you think Hillary Clinton is honest and trustworthy? Yes 58% of voters Clinton +54 77230
No 39% Sanders +80 10901
Do you think Bernie Sanders is honest and trustworthy? Yes 86% of voters Sanders +12 44560
No 10% Not enough data ---
Do you think Hillary Clinton's policies are: Realistic 76% of voters Clinton +25 62370
Not realistic 21% Sanders +85 7921
Do you think Bernie Sanders' policies are: Realistic 66% of voters Sanders +38 31690
Not realistic 31% Clinton +77 88111
Which candidate inspires you more about the future of the country? Hillary Clinton 44% of voters Clinton +94 973-
Bernie Sanders 54% Sanders +78 11891
In deciding your vote for president today, was the gender of the candidate: The single most important factor 4% of voters Not enough data ---
One of several important factors 16% Not enough data ---
Not an important factor 80% Sanders +15 42571
In deciding your vote for president today, was the gender of the candidate: Important 20% of voters Not enough data ---
Not important 80% Sanders +15 42571
Who would have the better chance to defeat Donald Trump in November? Hillary Clinton 58% of voters Clinton +55 77221
Bernie Sanders 39% Sanders +86 7931
Who do you think would make the best commander in chief? Hillary Clinton 52% of voters Clinton +76 88120
Bernie Sanders 45% Sanders +91 4951
When did you finally decide for whom to vote in the presidential primary? Just today 9% of voters Not enough data ---
In the last few days 10% Not enough data ---
Sometime last week 4% Not enough data ---
In the last month 16% Sanders +31 34651
Before that 60% Clinton +6 5347-
Population City over 50,000 41% of voters Clinton +1 50490
Suburbs 47% Clinton +1 50491
Small city and Rural 12% Sanders +7 46530
Region StL City/County 36% of voters Clinton +11 55440
East Central 13% Sanders +9 45541
Kansas City Area 21% Clinton +3 51481
North 13% Sanders +11 43541
South 17% Sanders +10 45551

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