(CNN) - There are some odd and interesting trends in the national exit polling Tuesday.
Sixty-nine percent of voters decided on a candidate before September. President Obama leads among this group by eight points, 53% to 45%.
(CNN) - President Obama's health care reform law - Obamacare - continues to be very controversial, exit polls indicated Tuesday.
In Florida, the exit polls showed 49% of voters say the 2010 law should be repealed completely or in part. Forty-three percent said it should be expanded or kept as is. Florida voters also had the opportunity to vote on amending the state constitution to prohibit individuals and businesses from being compelled to participate in any health care system. Exit polls show that vote is very close.
(CNN) - Abortion became an issue in some of this year's U.S. Senate races as well as in the presidential race, exit polls show.
In Missouri, Republican Senate candidate Rep. Todd Akin said in a local news interview that women have biological ways to avoid pregnancy after a "legitimate rape." Tuesday's early exit polls show 51% of Missouri voters say they believe abortion should be legal all or most of the time. Of those voters, exit polls show 76% supporting Akin's opponent, Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill while 19% voted for Akin. Forty-seven percent of Missouri's voters say abortion should be illegal. Exit polls show Akin takes 67% of this group's votes while 27% of people who think abortion should be illegal supported Sen. McCaskill.
(CNN) - What issues are on voters' minds?
The exit polls give some insights.