From the CNN Exit Polls;
41 percent of men voted for Clinton, 53 percent of women
Clinton won 45 percent of voters over age 65, compared to Trump’s 53 percent
58 percent of white voters cast ballots for Trump, vs. 37 percent for Clinton
43 percent of white women voted for Clinton, vs. 53 percent for Trump
43 percent of whites, age 18-29 voted for Clinton, while 48 percent voted for Trump
65 percent of Latinos voted for Clinton, but 29 percent voted for Trump
28 percent of whites with no college degree voted for Clinton, 67 percent of them voted for Trump
45 percent of white college graduates voted for Clinton, 49 percent of them voted for Trump
34 percent of white, non-college women voted for Clinton, 62 percent for Trump
62 percent of unmarried women voted for Clinton, 33 percent for Trump
51 percent of union household voters chose Clinton, 43 percent picked Trump
52 percent of voters who said the economy was the most important issue voted for Clinton, vs. 42 percent for Trump
39 percent of voters who said terorism was the most important issue voted for Clinton, vs. 57 percent of them for Trump.
29 percent of those who had an unfavorable opinion of both Clinton and Trump voted for Clinton, while 49 percent of them voted for Trump.
36 percent of voters said that Clinton’s use of private email bothers them “not a lot” or “not at all,” while 45 percent of voters said it bothered them “a lot” and 17 percent of voters said it bothered them “some.”
39 percent of voters said Trump’s treatment of women bothered them “not much” or “not at all,” while 50 percent said it bothered them “a lot” and 20 percent said it bothered them “some.”
62 percent of voters said the economy was “not good” or “poor”
27 percent of voters agreed that their financial condition was worse today than four years ago.
62 percent of respondents said the country was on the “wrong track.”