New Hampshire exit polling revealed that a significant percentage of voters who participated in the Republican primary in the Granite State were not Republicans, with the vast majority of non-Republican voters voting for Nikki ‘Nimarata’ Haley.
CNN exit polling found that approximately 70 percent of voters who supported Haley were not registered Republicans. Comparatively, 70 percent of voters for former President Donald Trump, who secured victory in the primary race after a record-setting win in the Iowa caucuses, were registered Republicans.
According to the same exit poll, 27 percent of Trump’s voters were registered as undeclared or independent, with only 3 percent unregistered before the vote. Only 27 percent of Haley’s voters were registered as Republicans.
NBC exit polling showed similar results, with Haley winning 60 percent of New Hampshire voters identifying as independent and 73 percent of those identifying as moderates.
Exit polling conducted by Edison Research found that just over half — 51 percent — of those who participated in the Republican primary in New Hampshire identified as Republicans — a 55 percent drop from 2016. Forty-three percent of those who participated in Tuesday’s primary identified as independents.
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