FOX News: Exit poll information for 2016 Indiana Primary Election

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Polls have officially closed in central Indiana, but many people are still waiting in line to cast their ballot.

FOX News gathered the following exit poll information. The margin of error on the polls is +/- 3 percent.

Republican Hoosier Voters

How did late deciders vote?

47% – Cruz

38% – Trump

12% – Kasich

 

How did people without a college degree vote?

56% – Trump

37% – Cruz

6% – Kasich

 

The most important issue:

39% – Economy/Jobs

28% – Government Spending

18% – Terrorism

11% – Immigration

 

The most important quality for their candidate:

34% – Shares My Values

32% – Can Bring Change

21% – Tells It Like It Is

11% – Can Win in November

 

Views about the Federal Government:

50% – Dissatisfied

34% – Angry

14% – Satisfied

 

Which candidate ran the most unfair campaign?

42% – Cruz

38% – Trump

8% – Kasich

 

Has the Republican campaign energized or divided the party?

40% – Energized the Party

57% – Divided the Party

 

Republican Hoosier voters prefer the next president:

59% – Be a Political Outsider

36% – Have Political Experience

 

The Republican Nomination Process this year has been:

63% – Fair

33% – Unfair

 

What describes your vote:

74% – I voted for my candidate

25% – I voted against the opponents

 

Do you feel betrayed by politicians in the Republican Party?

Yes – 53%

No – 43%

 

If no one wins 1237 delegates, the GOP should nominate:

65% – The Primary winner

31% – Best Candidate

 

Democrat Hoosier Voters

The most important quality for their candidate:

31% – Cares About People Like Me

31% – Honest and Trustworthy

26% – Right Experience

9% – Can Win in November

 

Democrat Hoosier voters want the next president to:

50% – Continue Obama’s Policies

36% – Have more Liberal Policies

10% – Less Liberal Policies

 

Is the country ready for a woman president?

88% – Yes

12% – No

 

Who will be the Democratic nominee?

73% – Clinton

27% – Sanders

 

How will Indiana Democrat voters vote if Clinton becomes the nominee?

31% – Not For Clinton

35% – Probably for Clinton

32% – Definitely for Clinton