Edison Conducts Exit Polling for Mississippi Primaries

Calls Obama, McCain as Victors


On Tuesday, March 11th, Edison Media Research successfully conducted exit polls at precincts all across Mississippi, surveying over 2200 respondents at Republican and Democratic primaries to identify voter demographics, important issues and candidate preference. John McCain was the winner in the Republican primary, while Barack Obama won the Democratic contest by a significant margin.

Exit Polling data for both contests included voter opinions on the economy, the U.S. war in Iraq, and immigration. In addition, we asked questions ranging from which candidate would make the best Commander-in-Chief, to whether or not voters felt each candidate had “a clear plan for the country.” In all primaries, critical real-time information was fed to the major news networks and the Associated Press, enabling these organizations to make timely, accurate calls throughout the evening and to provide their audiences with important post-election analysis.

Mississippi Primary Results


Mississippi Democratic Primary Percentage
Obama 61%
Clinton 37%

Mississippi Republican Primary Percentage
McCain 79%
Huckabee 12%
Paul 4%

Mississippi Exit Poll Data

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1 reply
  1. Micheline Lubin
    Micheline Lubin says:

    Hello I’m a student at High Point University North Carolina majoring in Political Science and History. The exit poll is a valuable tool that can help me with my dissatation. I do need some information on exit poll of 2004 and 2008 regarding presidential election. these are the Issues that I need exit polls for Economics,


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