November 2nd, 2010
11:56 PM ET
3 years ago

Exit Polls: inside the Pennsylvania polls

(CNN) - As the Democrats’ magic number for Senate control stands at 1 (for now), it looks like Pennsylvania’s independents – a quarter of the vote – are breaking for Pat Toomey. But Joe Sestak’s still holding on to a narrow lead. On the other hand: The 27 percent of the state’s voters who decided in the past week are going for Sestak, 58-42 percent.

(here’s a Senate stat that so far defies simple explanation: the 13 percent of Nevada voters who apparently don’t think Sharron Angle is conservative enough. A majority of whom, according to the exit poll, voted for Reid?)

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