Exit poll results from CNN for the New Hampshire primary show that almost half of all GOP voters decided in the past few days whom they would support.
Among GOP voters, about three quarters said they were very worried about the economy, six in 10 are very worried about terrorism and nine in 10 said they were very dissatisfied with the federal government.
Fifty percent of Republican voters said they feel betrayed by their party, which may indicate a tilt toward “outsider” candidates like Ted CruzTed Cruz56 memorable moments from a wild presidential race Is Georgia turning blue? Five takeaways from money race MORE and Donald TrumpDonald TrumpWATCH LIVE: Trump campaigns in battleground Florida Clinton, Kaine concerned over AT&T, Time Warner merger WATCH LIVE: Clinton holds second rally of day in battleground NC MORE.
Democratic voters were also split on what they wanted in a president. Forty percent said they wanted a president who was more liberal than President Obama, while 41 percent said they wanted his policies continued under the next commander-in-chief.
The poll was conducted at 44 New Hampshire precincts. It surveyed 1,257 Republican voters and 1,434 Democratic voters. It has a margin of error of 4 percentage points.