United States General Election Exit Polls Series RSS

Investigator(s): National Election Pool (NEP)

The General Election Exit Polls series is conducted by the National Election Pool (NEP) from results obtained from interviews of a sample of voters exiting polling places in individual states in the nation on election day. It provides data on voters' choices in the senate, congressional, and gubernatorial races, and the issues and factors that most influenced those votes, as well as their opinions on presidential candidates, various referendas and propositions on the ballot, and other social issues. The data consist of individual state exit polls, a national exit poll, and a combined data file containing the responses to questions asked of every respondent. The National Election Pool replaces the Voter News Service, which took the the place of Voter Research and Surveys as the compiler of this data.

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2012
Monogan, Jamie . Immigration politics and partisan realignment. Twelfth Annual Conference on State Politics and Policy. Houston, TX.
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2009
Egan, Patrick J. Group Cohesion without Group Mobilization: The Case of Lesbians, Gays, and Bisexuals. Working paper. .
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2009
McKee, Seth C.,  Teigen, Jeremy M. Probing the reds and blues: Sectionalism and voter location in the 2000 and 2004 U. S. presidential elections. Political Geography. 28, (8), 484-495.
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2008
Bishin, Benjamin G.,  Incantalupo, Matthew B. From Bullets to Ballots? The Role of Veterans in Contemporary Elections. University of California, Riverside, .
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2008
Hayes, Danny,  McKee, Seth C. Toward a one-party South?. American Politics Research. 36, (1), 3-32.
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2007
McKee, Seth C. Rural voters in presidential elections, 1992-2004. The Forum: A Journal of Applied Research in Contemporary Politics. 5, (2), 2
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2006
Kirby, Emily Hoban,  Marcelo, Karlo Barrios . Young Voters in the 2006 Elections. CIRCLE Fact Sheet. College Park, MD: University of Maryland, Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement.
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2005
Keeter, Scott . Evangelicals and Moral Values in the Election of 2004. A Matter of Faith? Religion and the 2004 Election. Notre Dame, IN.
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2005
Langer, Gary,  Cohen, Jon . Voters and values in the 2004 election. Public Opinion Quarterly. 69, (5), 744-759.
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2004
Branton, Regina . Voting in initiative elections: Does the context of racial and ethnic diversity matter?. State Politics and Policy Quarterly. 4, (3), 294
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