Fox News Exit Poll Results — Super Tuesday
March 6, 2012
There are exit poll results below for GA, MA, OH, OK, TN and VT.
You can see the full results here:
In Georgia, Newt Gingrich said the state was a must-win for him after serving as a Congressman from the state for two decades. Gingrich won Georgia with the support of several key groups.
GEORGIA: GINGRICH STRENGTHS
Tea Party Supporters 51%
Married Women 43%
College Graduates 42%
More than a third — 38% — of Georgia’s voters said his ties to the state mattered a great deal or somewhat and they threw their support behind Gingrich. If the connection did not matter to the voters, they were more likely to back Santorum or Romney.
GEORGIA: GINGRICH’S TIES TO GEORGIA
MATTERS TO VOTE
Great Deal 15%
Not Much 25%
Not At All 36%
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney won in Vermont, his neighboring state.
His win there was due mainly to the makeup of the state. It is less conservative and more moderate than Massachusetts. Those Vermont voters who said they are “very” or “somewhat” conservative were more than twice as likely to back Romney.
VERMONT: CONSERVATIVES BY VOTE
Ron Paul had a strong showing in Vermont which can be explained by the large number of voters who said they are independents. In Vermont today, 4 out of every 10 voters identified themselves as independents. Independents went for Paul by 38%, giving him an edge with that group over both Romney and Santorum.
VERMONT: INDEPENDENTS VOTE
There were no surprises in Massachusetts today. Romney won easily in his home state. Bay State voters were also asked about so-called RomneyCare, the Massachusetts health insurance law enacted in 2006. Overall, 37% of Massachusetts GOP voters said it was “about right,