Early exit polls showed that the GOP contests in Massachusetts, Vermont and Virginia had the lowest percentage of voters identifying as very conservative, according to NBC News. Conversely, states with the highest percentage of very conservative GOP voters in early exit polls were Oklahoma, Alabama and Tennessee, NBC reported.
Other early exit poll results indicated that Republican primary voters are split on their ideal candidate’s background: 50 percent said they want the next president to come from outside the establishment, and 40 percent said they wanted someone with political experience.
Another early exit poll found that 53 percent of Trump voters in Georgia said they were angry, and only 4 percent said they felt satisfied. On the other hand, Georgia Republican voters who said they voted for someone other than Trump only identified as angry 44 percent of the time, and 8 percent said they were satisfied, according to NBC News.