GOP Grows Support Among Black, Hispanic, Youth Voting Blocs, Exit Polls Find

OXFORD, ENGLAND - MARCH 03: A man holds an American flag while wearing a wristband reading 'Every Vote Counts' outside a polling station on 'Super Tuesday' on March 3, 2020 in Oxford, England. 1,357 Democratic delegates are at stake as voters cast their ballots in 14 states and American Samoa on what is known as Super Tuesday. (Photo by Peter Summers/Getty Images)

At a glance

  • “When Democrats took control of the House after the 2018 election, a little more than half of voters were women and the party had a huge advantage among them. Even though women represented a similar majority of voters in 2022, Democrats’ lead appears to be cut noticeably,” CNN reported.
  • Republicans grew their support among men. In 2018, Republicans were +4 over Democrats. This time around, that number soared to +14.
  • There was another startling finding in the exit poll data. Democrats enjoyed a +33 margin among urban voters in the last midterms, but that fell to just 17% this midterm.

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