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Here are the major findings in exit polls so far in both states:
-Around two-thirds of voters in both North Carolina and Indiana said the economy was their top concern; forty percent of Indiana’s respondents and nearly as many North Carolinians said America’s economic downturn had significantly affected them.
-Thirty percent of voters in Indiana, whose primary is open to Republicans and Independents, identified themselves as either Republicans (10%) or independents (20%). One-fifth of voters in North Carolina’s primary, which is open to Democrats and unaffiliated voters, called themselves independents.
-One in seven voters in Indiana were black and one in three in North Carolina were also. Roughly fifteen percent of voters in each state were under age 30; about one quarter of the voters in each state were age 65 or older.
Early IN, NC poll highlights – [RealClearPolitics]