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Trump holds own in deeply religious South Carolina

WASHINGTON (AP) — Businessman Donald Trump held his own among South Carolina's deeply religious voters and won big among those who want an outsider as the next president, according to exit polls conducted by Edison Research for the Associated Press and television networks.

Feb. 20, 2016 10:09 PM EST
AP-NORC Poll: Democrats big on inequality, market regulation

WASHINGTON (AP) — A large majority of Democrats call income inequality a very important issue, and half of them think regulation of financial markets after the 2008 financial crisis did not go far enough, according to a new poll suggesting that many Democrats are receptive to economic issues championed by Bernie Sanders in his bid for the White House.

Feb. 20, 2016 3:05 AM EST
Exit polls: New Hampshire Democrats trust Sanders

WASHINGTON (AP) — Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire Democratic primary after convincing voters he is more honest and trustworthy than Hillary Clinton, pointing to a potential liability for the former secretary of state as the race for president moves to Nevada and South Carolina, according to exit poll results.

Feb. 9, 2016 11:14 PM EST
In Iowa, late deciders and evangelicals sided against Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump made a late play for evangelical voters in Iowa's Republican presidential caucus, but he ultimately couldn't wrest the group away from winner Ted Cruz, according to entrance polls taken at the start of Monday's caucuses.

Feb. 3, 2016 3:29 AM EST
In Iowa, late deciders and evangelicals sided against Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump made a late play for evangelical voters in Iowa's Republican presidential caucus, but he ultimately couldn't wrest the group away from winner Ted Cruz, according to entrance polls taken at the start of Monday's caucuses.

Feb. 2, 2016 11:38 PM EST
Entrance polls: Iowa GOP unhappy with federal government

WASHINGTON (AP) — Iowa Republican caucus-goers are deeply unhappy with how the federal government is working, and half wanted a political outsider as the party's nominee for president, according to entrance poll interviews of those arriving at caucus sites.

Feb. 1, 2016 9:50 PM EST

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