View Election 2004 Exit Poll Results

The major news organizations hired Edison Media Research and Mitofsky International to be their official provider of exit poll information for Election Day 2004. Edison and Mitofsky conducted exit polls for 120 races in all 50 states and the District of Columbia and provided accurate, speedy results that the major news organizations used to project election winners and understand voter motivations and behavior.
Click on the links below to see Edison Media Research and Mitofsky International’s exit poll data for both national and state elections.

Election night at Edison Media Research and Mitofsky International's headquarters

National: CBS, CNN, NBC
Alabama: CBS, CNN, NBC
Alaska: CBS, CNN, NBC
Arizona: CBS, CNN, NBC
Arkansas: CBS, CNN, NBC
California: CBS, CNN, NBC
Colorado: CBS, CNN, NBC
Connecticut: CBS, CNN, NBC
Delaware: CBS, CNN, NBC
District of Columbia: CBS, CNN, NBC
Florida: CBS, CNN, NBC
Georgia: CBS, CNN, NBC
Hawaii: CBS,CNN, NBC
Idaho: CBS, CNN, NBC
Illinois: CBS, CNN, NBC
Indiana: CBS, CNN, NBC
Iowa: CBS, CNN, NBC
Posting of races' call status

Kansas:
CBS, CNN, NBC

Kentucky:
CBS, CNN, NBC
Louisiana: CBS, CNN, NBC

Maine:
CBS, CNN, NBC
Maryland: CBS, CNN, NBC
Massachusetts: CBS,CNN, NBC
Michigan: CBS, CNN, NBC
Minnesota: CBS, CNN, NBC
Mississippi: CBS, CNN, NBC
Missouri: CBS, CNN, NBC
Montana: CBS, CNN, NBC
Nebraska: CBS, CNN, NBC
Nevada: CBS, CNN, NBC
New Hampshire: CBS, CNN, NBC
New Jersey: CBS, CNN, NBC
New Mexico: CBS, CNN, NBC
New York: CBS, CNN, NBC
North Carolina: CBS, CNN, NBC
North Dakota: CBS, CNN, NBC
Badge worn by exit pollsters
Ohio: CBS, CNN, NBC
Oklahoma: CBS, CNN, NBC
Oregon: CBS, CNN, NBC
Pennsylvania: CBS, CNN, NBC
Rhode Island: CBS, CNN, NBC
South Carolina: CBS, CNN, NBC
South Dakota: CBS, CNN, NBC
Tennessee: CBS, CNN, NBC
Texas: CBS, CNN, NBC
Utah: CBS, CNN, NBC
Vermont: CBS, CNN, NBC
Virginia: CBS, CNN, NBC
Washington: CBS, CNN, NBC
West Virginia: CBS, CNN, NBC
Wisconsin: CBS, CNN, NBC
Wyoming: CBS, CNN, NBC

1 reply
  1. Scott Turow
    Scott Turow says:

    Despite much discussion of Hispanics and the youth vote, Bush’s victory was most clearly dependent on his improved performance among voters over 60, a quarter of voters nationally, where he gained 7% over 2000. Does Edison/Mitofsky’s exit polling give further insight into what moved those older voters? In particular, how many of them named ‘moral values’ as the principal motive for their vote? How many in that cohort voted for Bush? What percentage named Social Security as a principal concern? How did that compare to 2000? And what percentage in that group voted for Kerry?

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