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On a New Hampshire well how did the voters feel as he left the polling places yesterday.
Molly Line joins us that right right now from Saint Anselm College over Manchester with the latest -- -- Pay good morning you know these exit polls are so important because they give us an insight into what the voters here in New Hampshire were thinking.
What -- voters around the country will be thinking as they continue to look at these candidates and we continue down this road towards the White House.
The most important issue no surprise that the voters said mattered to them was the -- 61%.
Of voters so that was their number one issue.
As -- the top quality that they were looking for in the candidates as they went to the polls.
They want is someone who could beat President Obama this is a major key for Republicans when I was chatting with them they were coming out from the polls independents as well.
Other voted in the GOP primary here they want it's when it's defeat President Obama 46% said experience.
Was what they wanted a strong moral character 22%.
And finding that true conservative 13%.
Of the voters leaving the polls -- they -- that true conservative.
Not a huge surprise and that numbers a little -- the 2008 exit polling said that about 21% of voters.
-- leaving the polls consider themselves to be very conservative as her feelings about Obama a lot of the voters leaving the polls yesterday felt.
Said they felt angry 42%.
-- satisfied in just 3%.
So they were still enthusiastic.
As far as their feelings were concerned about the president.
Fascinating information coming out of those exit polls had a chance to speak with a lot of the voters on the ground and they really mirrored what those exit polls had to say guys back to -- All right Molly we thank you very much.
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