2012 Coverage For The National Election Exit Poll From Edison Research

2012 Election Coverage from Edison Research

For 2012, Edison Research and the NEP will be providing national exit polling results for the U.S. General Election, as well as numerous key primaries (while they remain competitive.) In addition, we will offer statewide exit poll coverage of key races for U.S. Senate, U.S. House and Governor. For more information, or to subscribe to Edison’s exit poll data for 2012, contact Mary Meyn or call (908) 722-8683.

*Note: This list is subject to change depending upon late-breaking news events.

Races Covered

 

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State Races to be covered

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Alabama President

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Alaska President, U.S. House

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Arizona President, Senate

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Arkansas President

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California President, Senate

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Colorado President

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Connecticut President, Senate

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Delaware President, Senate, Governor, U.S. House

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Florida President, Senate

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Georgia President

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Hawaii President, Senate

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Idaho President

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Illinois President

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Indiana President, Senate, Governor

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Iowa President

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Kansas President

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Kentucky President

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Louisiana President

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Maine President, Senate

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Maryland President, Senate

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Massachusetts President, Senate

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Michigan President, Senate

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Minnesota President, Senate

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Mississippi President, Senate

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Missouri President, Senate, Governor

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Montana President, Senate, Governor, U.S. House

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Nebraska President, Senate

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Nevada President, Senate

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New Hampshire President, Governor

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New Jersey President, Senate

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New Mexico President, Senate

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New York President, Senate

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North Carolina President, Governor

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North Dakota President, Senate, Governor, U.S. House

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Ohio President, Senate

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Oklahoma President

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Oregon President

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Pennsylvania President, Senate

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Rhode Island President, Senate

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South Carolina President

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South Dakota President, U.S. House

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Tennessee President, Senate

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Texas President, Senate

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Utah President, Senate, Governor

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Vermont President, Senate, Governor, U.S. House

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Virginia President, Senate

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Washington President, Senate, Governor

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West Virginia President, Senate, Governor

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Wisconsin President, Senate

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Wyoming President, Senate, U.S. House