New Hampshire Republican primary 2016 exit polls: votes by voter priority

Exit polls of the 2016 New Hampshire Republican primary in the United States on February 9, 2016, share of votes by voter priority

by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 9, 2016
New Hampshire Republican primary 2016 exit polls: votes by voter priority This graph shows how well each Republican candidate performed in the New Hampshire Republican primary with respect to cohorts of those surveyed segregated by what issue they stated as their priority, according to the exit polls conducted on February 9, 2016. Donald Trump obtained a majority of support among those voters who view immigration as the most important issue, 52%. Trump obtained the most support in each cohort of voters with Kasich coming second in all except the immigration cohort where he received a mere 5% of support from those voters.
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Exit polls of the 2016 New Hampshire Republican primary in the United States on February 9, 2016, share of votes by voter priority

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Share of total votes in bracketsDonald J. TrumpJohn KasichTed CruzJeb BushMarco RubioChris ChristieCarly FiorinaBen Carson
Immigration (15%)53%5%21%6%8%3%2%2%
Economy/jobs (33%)32%24%6%12%12%7%4%2%
Terrorism (24%)29%15%12%14%13%11%3%4%
Government spending (26%)34%15%13%10%8%8%6%2%
Share of total votes in bracketsDonald J. TrumpJohn KasichTed CruzJeb BushMarco RubioChris ChristieCarly FiorinaBen Carson
Immigration (15%)53%5%21%6%8%3%2%2%
Economy/jobs (33%)32%24%6%12%12%7%4%2%
Terrorism (24%)29%15%12%14%13%11%3%4%
Government spending (26%)34%15%13%10%8%8%6%2%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 9, 2016
This graph shows how well each Republican candidate performed in the New Hampshire Republican primary with respect to cohorts of those surveyed segregated by what issue they stated as their priority, according to the exit polls conducted on February 9, 2016. Donald Trump obtained a majority of support among those voters who view immigration as the most important issue, 52%. Trump obtained the most support in each cohort of voters with Kasich coming second in all except the immigration cohort where he received a mere 5% of support from those voters.
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