Exit polls out of Ohio show a hesitant electorate split in crucial contests, according to those who responded to questioners.
In Ohio, a key battleground state that mirrors the nation, slightly less than a third of the respondents described themselves as “very conservative,” a third called themselves “somewhat conservative” and more than a third said they were “moderate or liberal.”
Ohio respondents were split on the strength of support for their candidate, with 43% saying they “strongly favor” their candidate and 41% saying they “have reservations.”
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