May 18, 2013
Most White People Vote for Romney, CNN Exit Polls Find
Posted on Nov 6, 2012
According to CNN’s interviews, 59 percent of white voters chose Mitt Romney to be their next president. Obama won 93 percent of the African-American vote, along with large majorities of Latino and Asian voters, according to CNN.
Bill O’Reilly projects an Obama victory despite white bias: “Obama wins because it’s not a traditional America anymore. The white establishment is the minority. People want things.”
Obama also won women by 10 points, and lost the male vote by 8 points.
“Moderate” voters chose Obama by 56 percent to 42 percent for Romney.
Find more data on CNN.
It’s important to note that exit polls are unreliable at best and voting is still taking place in much of the country as of this posting.
—Posted by Peter Z. Scheer. Follow him on Twitter: @peesch.
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