CNN has published some data of the polls at polling stations in the US on 8 November, the day of the election of the President of the United States.
Surveys showed that 62% of respondents decided who to vote for before September. That is, they made the decision before the start of the televised debates and they are not affected by the war of compromising unleashed by the headquarters of the major presidential candidates in the last months of the campaign.
38% of respondents said they voted in the hope that the new President will achieve real change in the country.
22% said that they voted, evaluating the experience of the candidate.
22% of the voting kept in mind the history, associated with law-abiding candidates.
Surveys showed that only 42% of voters fully support their candidate.
70% of voters consider themselves to be white, 12% black, 11% in «Hispanic», 4% «Asians».
— Election day in the United States. Photos