Utah Results


6 electoral votes
r 100% IN
Image: Donald Trump
Donald Trump
Image: Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton
Evan McMullin 21.5% Gary Johnson 3.5% Jill Stein 0.8%
Projected Winner
Salt Lake CitySalt Lake City Salt Lake CitySalt Lake City
No results
Hillary Clinton
Donald Trump
Not decided


r 89% IN
Image: Mike Lee
Mike Lee
Image: Misty Snow
Misty Snow
Bill Barron 2%
Projected Winner


r 90% IN
Image: Gary Herbert
Gary Herbert
Image: Mike Weinholtz
Mike Weinholtz
Projected Winner

House Results

District 1 / 92.8% IN

Peter Clemens

District 2 / 96.4% IN

Chris Stewart INCUMBENT
Charlene Albarran

District 3 / 92.2% IN

Jason Chaffetz INCUMBENT
Stephen Tryon

District 4 / 91.9% IN

Doug Owens

Exit polls:


A profile of key demographics in the 2016 vote.

Exit polls:


Gender Male 48 % of voters Trump +26 24502051
Female 52% Trump +9 32412221
Age 18-29 23 % of voters Trump +2 33352461
30-44 33% Trump +6 32382351
45-64 30% Trump +25 26511911
65 or over 15% Trump +49 1665161-
Age 18-44 55 % of voters Trump +5 32372351
45+ 45% Trump +33 23561810
Race White 86 % of voters Trump +25 23482331
Black 1% Not enough data -----
Hispanic/Latino 9% Clinton +38 6224112-
Asian 1% Not enough data -----
Other 3% Not enough data -----
Gender by race White men 41 % of voters Trump +31 20532241
White women 45% Trump +17 27442431
Black men 0% Not enough data -----
Black women 0% Not enough data -----
Latino men 5% Not enough data -----
Latino women 5% Not enough data -----
All other races 4% Not enough data -----
Which best describes your education? High school or less 12 % of voters Trump +25 3055932
Some college/assoc. degree 37% Trump +25 27521731
College graduate 33% Trump +8 25393130
Postgraduate study 18% Trump +1 36372250
College education College graduate 51 % of voters Trump +9 29382840
No college degree 49% Trump +25 27521531
Education by race White college graduates 45 % of voters Trump +10 26392940
White no college degree 41% Trump +38 20581732
Non White college graduates 6% Not enough data -----
Non White no college degree 8% Not enough data -----
No matter how you voted today, do you usually think of yourself as a: Democrat 21 % of voters Clinton +69 7910821
Republican 45% Trump +37 6642720
Independent or something else 35% Trump +15 27422271
Party by gender Democratic men 8 % of voters Not enough data -----
Democratic women 12% Clinton +73 8310510
Republican men 23% Trump +46 868221-
Republican women 22% Trump +29 5603130
Independent men 16% Trump +23 214522101
Independent women 18% Trump +6 33392242
On most political matters, do you consider yourself: Liberal 19 % of voters Clinton +63 7512543
Moderate 36% Clinton +1 36352350
Conservative 46% Trump +40 4662620
Religion Mormon 62 % of voters Trump +19 14503130
Protestant, Catholic or other Christian 17% Trump +1 4344931
Other religion 4% Not enough data -----
None 17% Clinton +19 5334453
Are you: Mormon 62 % of voters Trump +19 14503130
Not a Mormon 38% Clinton +12 4937742
When did you finally decide for whom to vote in the presidential election? In the last few days 14 % of voters Trump +7 19403350
In the last week 7% Not enough data -----
In October 24% Trump +1 12414051
In September 13% Trump +27 24511932
Before that 42% Trump +13 4053520
When did you finally decide for whom to vote in the presidential election? In the last week 20 % of voters Trump +3 22373441
Before that 78% Trump +20 29491831
When did you finally decide for whom to vote in the presidential election? In the last month 44 % of voters Trump +2 17393741
Before that 54% Trump +16 3652831
Which best describes your vote for president today? I strongly favor my candidate 36 % of voters Trump +8 34422122
I like my candidate but with reservations 31% Trump +24 3155104-
I dislike the other candidates 31% Trump +6 18403451
Which ONE of these four issues is the most important facing the country? Foreign policy 13 % of voters Clinton +14 44302421
Immigration 13% Trump +35 276292-
The economy 55% Trump +21 25462241
Terrorism 13% Trump +27 1851244-
Which ONE of these four candidate qualities mattered most in deciding how you voted for president? Cares about people like me 9 % of voters Not enough data -----
Can bring needed change 41% Trump +66 7781221
Has the right experience 16% Clinton +61 7514821
Has good judgment 30% McMullin +15 29184470
Is your opinion of Hillary Clinton: Favorable 24 % of voters Clinton +88 92342-
Unfavorable 74% Trump +33 5602741
Is your opinion of Donald Trump: Favorable 34 % of voters Trump +92 19530-
Unfavorable 63% Clinton +11 42183161
Do you have a favorable opinion of ... Both 0 % of voters Not enough data -----
Only Clinton 24% Clinton +89 93142-
Only Trump 33% Trump +93 19630-
Neither 39% McMullin +20 10294982
Do you think Hillary Clinton is honest and trustworthy? Yes 20 % of voters Clinton +81 90190-
No 78% Trump +32 11572541
Do you think Donald Trump is honest and trustworthy? Yes 33 % of voters Trump +92 295300
No 64% Clinton +11 42183151
Do you think the presidential candidates are honest and trustworthy? Both 0 % of voters Not enough data -----
Only Clinton 20% Clinton +81 90190-
Only Trump 32% Trump +93 196300
Neither 43% McMullin +15 20274282
Do you expect life for the next generation of Americans to be: Better than life today 28 % of voters Trump +5 38431621
Worse than life today 37% Trump +29 12552651
About the same 29% Clinton +3 37342350
In today's election for U.S. Senate, did you just vote for: Misty Snow 28 % of voters Clinton +70 788842
Mike Lee 67% Trump +37 664273-
Bill Barron 3% Not enough data -----
In today's election for governor, did you just vote for: Mike Weinholtz 30 % of voters Clinton +51 68171032
Gary Herbert 66% Trump +34 10602630
Population City over 50,000 35 % of voters Trump +2 38401721
Suburbs 49% Trump +21 25462530
Small city and Rural 16% Trump +38 1757196-
Geo Stratum Code East 31 % of voters Trump +28 22502231
Salt Lake County 39% Clinton +12 44321840
Utah County 14% Trump +26 12552921
West 15% Trump +42 1561194-

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