Indiana Results


11 electoral votes
O 100% IN
Image: Donald Trump
Donald Trump
Image: Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton
Gary Johnson 4.9%
Projected Winner
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Hillary Clinton
Donald Trump
Not decided


O 98% IN
Image: Todd Young
Todd Young
Image: Evan Bayh
Evan Bayh
Lucy Brenton 6%
Projected Winner


O 97% IN
Image: Eric Holcomb
Eric Holcomb
Image: John Gregg
John Gregg
Rex Bell 3%
Projected Winner

House Results

District 1 / 100% IN

Peter Visclosky INCUMBENT
Donna Dunn

District 2 / 99.5% IN

Jackie Walorski INCUMBENT
Lynn Coleman

District 3 / 100% IN

Jim Banks
Tommy Schrader

District 4 / 100% IN

John Dale

District 5 / 100% IN

Susan Brooks INCUMBENT
Angela Demaree

District 6 / 100% IN

Barry Welsh

District 7 / 100% IN

Andre Carson INCUMBENT
Catherine Ping

District 8 / 96.7% IN

Larry Bucshon INCUMBENT
Ron Drake

District 9 / 100% IN

Trey Hollingsworth
Shelli Yoder

Exit polls:


A profile of key demographics in the 2016 vote.

Exit polls:


Gender Male 49 % of voters Trump +29 33625
Female 51% Trump +11 42535
Age 18-29 19 % of voters Tie 46468
30-44 28% Trump +20 37576
45-64 38% Trump +29 34634
65 or over 14% Trump +19 39583
Age 18-44 47 % of voters Trump +12 41537
45+ 53% Trump +26 35613
Race White 83 % of voters Trump +32 32645
Black 9% Clinton +71 83124
Hispanic/Latino 5% Not enough data ---
Asian 1% Not enough data ---
Other 2% Not enough data ---
Gender by race White men 41 % of voters Trump +41 27685
White women 42% Trump +25 35605
Black men 4% Not enough data ---
Black women 5% Clinton +80 8884
Latino men 3% Not enough data ---
Latino women 3% Not enough data ---
All other races 3% Not enough data ---
Which best describes your education? High school or less 20 % of voters Trump +36 30664
Some college/assoc. degree 33% Trump +27 34615
College graduate 32% Trump +18 38566
Postgraduate study 15% Clinton +13 54415
College education College graduate 47 % of voters Trump +8 43516
No college degree 53% Trump +30 33634
Education by race White college graduates 40 % of voters Trump +20 37576
White no college degree 44% Trump +43 26694
Non White college graduates 7% Clinton +54 75214
Non White no college degree 10% Clinton +28 62345
2015 total family income: Under $30,000 15 % of voters Trump +8 414910
$30,000 - $49,999 21% Trump +15 38538
$50,000 - $99,999 35% Trump +30 33634
$100,000 - $199,999 22% Trump +32 31635
$200,000 - $249,999 3% Not enough data ---
$250,000 or more 3% Not enough data ---
No matter how you voted today, do you usually think of yourself as a: Democrat 30 % of voters Clinton +71 84133
Republican 42% Trump +86 6923
Independent or something else 28% Trump +17 365311
On most political matters, do you consider yourself: Liberal 22 % of voters Clinton +64 79155
Moderate 40% Trump +12 41536
Conservative 38% Trump +76 10864
Party by gender Democratic men 12 % of voters Clinton +70 85151
Democratic women 18% Clinton +71 84133
Republican men 22% Trump +87 6932
Republican women 21% Trump +85 6914
Independent men 16% Trump +19 345313
Independent women 12% Trump +13 39529
White evangelical or white born-again Christians White evangelical or white born-again Christian 39 % of voters Trump +53 22753
All others 61% Clinton +5 50455
Are you currently married? Yes 62 % of voters Trump +28 33616
No 38% Trump +4 45496
Gender by marital status Married men 31 % of voters Trump +36 29657
Married women 32% Trump +20 37576
Non-married men 16% Trump +13 41545
Non-married women 21% Clinton +3 48457
When did you finally decide for whom to vote in the presidential election? In the last few days 15 % of voters Trump +16 334918
In the last week 6% Not enough data ---
In October 7% Not enough data ---
In September 7% Not enough data ---
Before that 63% Trump +23 37603
When did you finally decide for whom to vote in the presidential election? In the last week 21 % of voters Trump +15 365114
Before that 78% Trump +26 35614
When did you finally decide for whom to vote in the presidential election? In the last month 29 % of voters Trump +19 345313
Before that 71% Trump +26 35614
Which best describes your vote for president today? I strongly favor my candidate 45 % of voters Trump +25 36613
I like my candidate but with reservations 32% Trump +14 41554
I dislike the other candidates 21% Trump +20 36568
Which ONE of these four issues is the most important facing the country? Foreign policy 13 % of voters Trump +3 45487
Immigration 13% Not enough data ---
The economy 54% Trump +16 38548
Terrorism 17% Trump +40 28684
Which ONE of these four candidate qualities mattered most in deciding how you voted for president? Cares about people like me 20 % of voters Clinton +7 52453
Can bring needed change 49% Trump +74 10846
Has the right experience 14% Clinton +70 82126
Has good judgment 15% Clinton +20 543412
Should most illegal immigrants working in the United States be: Offered a chance to apply for legal status 67 % of voters Clinton +5 50455
Deported to the country they came from 30% Trump +71 13842
In general, how do you think things work in the U.S. today? Whites are favored over minorities 29 % of voters Clinton +51 73225
Minorities are favored over whites 35% Trump +67 15822
No group is favored 33% Trump +30 32626
Which best describes your feelings about the way the federal government is working? Enthusiastic 4 % of voters Not enough data ---
Satisfied, but not enthusiastic 24% Clinton +41 70291
Dissatisfied, but not angry 49% Trump +31 32635
Angry 20% Trump +74 10846
Which best describes your feelings about the way the federal government is working? Enthusiastic or satisfied 28 % of voters Clinton +43 71281
Dissatisfied or angry 70% Trump +43 26695
Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling his job as president? Strongly approve 22 % of voters Clinton +82 8865
Somewhat approve 20% Clinton +41 612019
Somewhat disapprove 14% Trump +68 13816
Strongly disapprove 44% Trump +92 3952
Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling his job as president? Approve 42 % of voters Clinton +62 751312
Disapprove 57% Trump +87 5923
Is your opinion of Hillary Clinton: Favorable 28 % of voters Clinton +94 9622
Unfavorable 71% Trump +70 11818
Is your opinion of Donald Trump: Favorable 46 % of voters Trump +88 694-
Unfavorable 52% Clinton +34 612712
Do you have a favorable opinion of ... Both 1 % of voters Not enough data ---
Only Clinton 26% Clinton +96 9812
Only Trump 45% Trump +92 496-
Neither 26% Trump +31 225423
Is your opinion of Mike Pence: Favorable 57 % of voters Trump +82 7894
Unfavorable 41% Clinton +50 702010
Do you think Hillary Clinton is honest and trustworthy? Yes 27 % of voters Clinton +84 9281
No 72% Trump +59 18776
Do you think Donald Trump is honest and trustworthy? Yes 42 % of voters Trump +86 7931
No 56% Clinton +33 63307
Do you think the presidential candidates are honest and trustworthy? Both 4 % of voters Not enough data ---
Only Clinton 23% Clinton +98 991-
Only Trump 38% Trump +96 2980
Neither 33% Trump +14 375112
Do you think Hillary Clinton is qualified to serve as president? Yes 37 % of voters Clinton +77 8578
No 63% Trump +85 4905
Do you think Donald Trump is qualified to serve as president? Yes 50 % of voters Trump +92 4960
No 49% Clinton +43 652213
Do you think the presidential candidates are qualified to serve as president? Both 3 % of voters Not enough data ---
Only Clinton 33% Clinton +81 9019
Only Trump 46% Trump +96 298-
Neither 16% Trump +46 126721
Do you think Hillary Clinton has the temperament to serve effectively as president? Yes 43 % of voters Clinton +67 81145
No 55% Trump +86 5914
Do you think Donald Trump has the temperament to serve effectively as president? Yes 42 % of voters Trump +90 5950
No 56% Clinton +35 64297
Do you think the presidential candidates have the temperament to serve effectively as president? Both 6 % of voters Not enough data ---
Only Clinton 37% Clinton +86 9145
Only Trump 37% Trump +94 3970
Neither 18% Trump +69 98011
Do you think the condition of the nation's economy is: Excellent 5 % of voters Not enough data ---
Good 30% Clinton +54 75214
Not so good 49% Trump +49 23726
Poor 15% Trump +84 7912
Compared to four years ago, is your family's financial situation: Better today 37 % of voters Clinton +24 60364
Worse today 26% Trump +74 12862
About the same 36% Trump +28 33615
Do you expect life for the next generation of Americans to be: Better than life today 39 % of voters Trump +28 35633
Worse than life today 28% Trump +53 20737
About the same 30% Clinton +6 484210
In today's election for U.S. Senate, did you just vote for: Evan Bayh 43 % of voters Clinton +67 81145
Todd Young 52% Trump +87 5923
Lucy Brenton 5% Not enough data ---
In today's election for governor, did you just vote for: John Gregg 46 % of voters Clinton +53 74215
Eric Holcomb 51% Trump +83 7903
Rex Bell 3% Not enough data ---
Population City over 50,000 33 % of voters Trump +4 46505
Suburbs 46% Trump +23 36595
Small city and Rural 21% Trump +35 30655
Geo Stratum Code Northwest 17 % of voters Clinton +9 52435
North/Central 32% Trump +36 30663
Marion Cnty 13% Clinton +20 57376
Indy Suburbs 17% Trump +32 31636
South 21% Trump +31 32635

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