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BALLOT MEASURES / MONTANA INITIATIVE 151 / EXIT POLL
1,871 Respondents Updated: 11:45 a.m.

VOTE BY GENDER
TOTAL Yes No
Male (48%) 69% 31%
Female (52%) 79% 21%


VOTE BY RACE AND GENDER
TOTAL Yes No
White Men (44%) 68% 32%
White Women (47%) 79% 21%
Non-White Men (4%) 76% 24%
Non-White Women (4%) 84% 16%


VOTE BY RACE
TOTAL Yes No
White (91%) 74% 26%
African-American (1%) * *
Latino (1%) * *
Asian (0%) * *
Other (5%) 79% 21%


VOTE BY AGE
TOTAL Yes No
18-29 (17%) 77% 23%
30-44 (25%) 71% 29%
45-59 (35%) 75% 25%
60 and Older (24%) 75% 25%


VOTE BY AGE
TOTAL Yes No
18-64 (85%) 74% 26%
65 and Older (15%) 76% 24%


VOTE BY INCOME
TOTAL Yes No
Under $15,000 (9%) 86% 14%
$15-30,000 (20%) 80% 20%
$30-50,000 (26%) 75% 25%
$50-75,000 (24%) 69% 31%
$75-100,000 (10%) 70% 30%
$100-150,000 (7%) 71% 29%
$150-200,000 (2%) * *
$200,000 or More (2%) * *


VOTE BY INCOME
TOTAL Yes No
Less Than $50,000 (55%) 79% 21%
$50,000 or More (45%) 69% 31%


VOTE BY INCOME
TOTAL Yes No
Less Than $100,000 (89%) 75% 25%
$100,000 or More (11%) 68% 32%


FAMILY'S FINANCIAL SITUATION
TOTAL Yes No
Getting Ahead (29%) 63% 37%
Have Just Enough (53%) 78% 22%
Falling Behind (17%) 83% 17%


VOTE BY EDUCATION
TOTAL Yes No
No High School (4%) 81% 19%
H.S. Graduate (21%) 76% 24%
Some College (35%) 76% 24%
College Graduate (24%) 68% 32%
Postgraduate (16%) 75% 25%


VOTE BY EDUCATION
TOTAL Yes No
No College Degree (60%) 76% 24%
College Graduate (40%) 71% 29%


VOTE BY EDUCATION
TOTAL Yes No
No College Education (25%) 77% 23%
College Educated (75%) 73% 27%


VOTE BY PARTY ID
TOTAL Yes No
Democrat (32%) 93% 7%
Republican (39%) 57% 43%
Independent (30%) 77% 23%


VOTE BY IDEOLOGY
TOTAL Yes No
Liberal (19%) 90% 10%
Moderate (48%) 81% 19%
Conservative (33%) 55% 45%


VOTE BY RELIGION
TOTAL Yes No
Protestant (56%) 68% 32%
Catholic (21%) 79% 21%
Jewish (1%) * *
Other (8%) 82% 18%
None (15%) 85% 15%


VOTE BY RELIGION AMONG WHITES
TOTAL Yes No
White Protestants (51%) 68% 32%
White Catholics (18%) 79% 21%
White Jewish Voters (1%) * *
Whites - Other (6%) 81% 19%
White - No Religion (13%) 86% 14%
Non-White Voters (10%) 78% 22%


BORN-AGAIN OR EVANGELICAL CHRISTIAN?
TOTAL Yes No
Yes (31%) 65% 35%
No (69%) 78% 22%


WHITE EVANGELICAL/BORN-AGAIN?
TOTAL Yes No
Yes (26%) 64% 36%
No (74%) 78% 22%


VOTE BY CHURCH ATTENDANCE
TOTAL Yes No
Weekly (34%) 65% 35%
Occasionally (40%) 78% 22%
Never (22%) 82% 18%


VOTE BY CHURCH ATTENDANCE
TOTAL Yes No
More Than Weekly (12%) 61% 39%
Weekly (22%) 67% 33%
Monthly (10%) 77% 23%
A Few Times a Year (30%) 78% 22%
Never (22%) 82% 18%


GUN OWNER IN HOUSEHOLD?
TOTAL Yes No
Yes (69%) 71% 29%
No (31%) 81% 19%


HOW GEORGE W. BUSH IS HANDLING HIS JOB
TOTAL Yes No
Strongly Approve (24%) 55% 45%
Somewhat Approve (24%) 67% 33%
Somewhat Disapprove (15%) 79% 21%
Strongly Disapprove (37%) 89% 11%


HOW GEORGE W. BUSH IS HANDLING HIS JOB
TOTAL Yes No
Approve (47%) 61% 39%
Disapprove (52%) 86% 14%


U.S. WAR IN IRAQ
TOTAL Yes No
Strongly Approve (22%) 52% 48%
Somewhat Approve (25%) 67% 33%
Somewhat Disapprove (18%) 80% 20%
Strongly Disapprove (34%) 89% 11%


U.S. WAR IN IRAQ
TOTAL Yes No
Approve (47%) 60% 40%
Disapprove (52%) 86% 14%


U.S. TROOPS IN IRAQ
TOTAL Yes No
Send More (18%) 60% 40%
Same As Now (26%) 61% 39%
Withdraw Some (25%) 83% 17%
Withdraw All (26%) 89% 11%


SHOULD U.S. WITHDRAW SOME OR ALL TROOPS?
TOTAL Yes No
No (43%) 61% 39%
Yes (51%) 86% 14%


IMPORTANCE OF WAR IN IRAQ
TOTAL Yes No
Extremely Important (35%) 78% 22%
Very Important (29%) 72% 28%
Somewhat Important (24%) 76% 24%
Not At All Important (11%) 65% 35%


IMPORTANCE OF TERRORISM
TOTAL Yes No
Extremely Important (34%) 67% 33%
Very Important (29%) 73% 27%
Somewhat Important (25%) 82% 18%
Not At All Important (11%) 82% 18%


IMPORTANCE OF ECONOMY
TOTAL Yes No
Extremely Important (39%) 76% 24%
Very Important (41%) 76% 24%
Somewhat Important (15%) 68% 32%
Not At All Important (3%) 62% 38%


IMPORTANCE OF CORRUPTION/ETHICS
TOTAL Yes No
Extremely Important (39%) 84% 16%
Very Important (27%) 75% 25%
Somewhat Important (24%) 64% 36%
Not At All Important (9%) 59% 41%


VOTE FOR PRESIDENT IN 2004
TOTAL Yes No
Kerry (33%) 91% 9%
Bush (54%) 62% 38%
Someone Else (6%) 83% 17%
Did Not Vote (7%) 83% 17%


VOTE BY SIZE OF COMMUNITY
TOTAL Yes No
Big Cities (-) * *
Smaller Cities (38%) 77% 23%
Suburbs (5%) 65% 35%
Small Towns (20%) 70% 30%
Rural (38%) 75% 25%


VOTE BY SIZE OF COMMUNITY
TOTAL Yes No
Urban (38%) 77% 23%
Suburban (5%) 65% 35%
Rural (57%) 73% 27%


VOTE BY REGION
TOTAL Yes No
Urban West (32%) 78% 22%
Rural West (32%) 74% 26%
Eastern Montana (35%) 71% 29%


VOTE FOR SENATE
TOTAL Yes No
Tester (50%) 90% 10%
Burns (47%) 57% 43%


 
NOTE
• All Times Eastern Standard
• CNN will broadcast a projected winner only after an extensive review of data from a number of sources. Details about CNN's projection process
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• Notes for individual races, by state
• Poll closing times by state and time zone
• The ZIP code lookup matches addresses to the current congressional district for the 109th U.S. Congress, which ends January 3, 2007. Due to redistricting, some districts may be different in the November 7 elections, which are being held to choose members of the 110th U.S. Congress.
 
 
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