CNN’s National Exit Polling Data Analysis

by Colonel on November 7, 2012

“Sixty-nine percent of voters decided on a candidate before September. President Obama leads among this group 53% to 45%.

Nine percent of the voters decided on a candidate in September. Mitt Romney won among this group 53% to 45%.

Eleven percent of voters decided whom to support in October. President Obama took this group by 50% to 48%.

Six percent of voters made up their minds in the last few days, breaking 50%-44% for Obama.

Finally, three percent of the voters waited until Election Day before making up their minds. President Obama won this group, 52% to 43%.

Sixty-four percent of today’s voters say they “strongly favor” their candidate. Of this group, 54% voted for Obama and 45% voted for Romney.

Another 24% of today’s voters say they have reservations about the candidate they supported today.

Of this group, 56% went for Romney and 42% voted for Obama.

” — Joe Von Kanel, Copyright 2012 Cable News Network

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