Democrats decide up wins on Ohio abortion poll measure, Kentucky governor’s race and Virginia Legislature

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Greater than a yr after the Dobbs determination, early exit polls present an Ohio citizens that’s dissatisfied concerning the overturn of Roe v. Wade, together with virtually 4 in 10 who’re indignant about it.

Ladies, Democrats, youthful voters are notably sad with Roe’s overturn.

Not everybody holds this view. Republicans, conservatives and white evangelical voters casting ballots on this election are principally happy with the Supreme Court docket determination that overturned Roe.

These early exit ballot outcomes point out that almost all Ohioans voting on this election really feel that abortion must be authorized in all or most circumstances – about six in ten do – that is much like what we have seen amongst adults nationwide in latest CBS Information polling.

It is not solely the problem of abortion that is on the minds of Ohio voters, however the financial system and funds too.

President Biden misplaced the state of Ohio in 2020 by eight factors, and at the moment, most Ohio voters disapprove of the job he’s doing as president.

We’re one yr out from the 2024 election, with President Biden operating for re-election and former President Trump main the GOP subject for the Republican nomination.

There’s a sizable portion of the Ohio citizens who aren’t that excited concerning the prospect of both Trump or Biden operating for president:  4 in 10 Ohio voters do not assume both of those candidates must be operating for president.

Exit ballot outcomes might change as CBS Information will get extra information.

This CBS Information Ohio exit ballot contains in-person interviews with Election Day voters and interviews by cellphone, e-mail  and text-to-web  invites that measured the views of absentee/by mail voters and early voters. The surveys have been carried out by Edison Analysis on behalf of the Nationwide Election Pool.

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