Posted: April 22, 2008 6:57 PM
A Look at Early Exit Poll Results in Pennsylvania
4.2 million: Registered voters in Pennsylvania.
2,025: Delegates needed for the Democratic nomination.
1,508: Delegates for Hillary Clinton before Tuesday.
1,647: Delegates for Barack Obama before Tuesday.
158: Pledged delegates at stake in Pennsylvania.
29: Total super delegates in Pennsylvania.
15: Super delegates in Pennsylvania pledged to Clinton before Tuesday.
5: Super delegates in Pennsylvania pledged to Obama before Tuesday.
9: States and territories holding Democratic contests after Pennsylvania
$100,000: The minimum household family income of 25 percent of voters in the Democratic primary.
$50,000: The maximum household family income of nearly half of voters.
10: Percentage of voters who changed their party registration so they could vote in the Pennsylvania Democratic primary, which is open only to registered Democrats.
20: Percentage of voters who said race was a factor in their vote.
20: Percentage of voters who said gender was a factor in their vote.
60: Percentage of voters who were women.
3: Percentage of voters voting for the first time.
30: Percentage of voters who belong to a union.
30: Percentage of voters over age 65.
40: Percentage of voters who had a gun owner in their household.
40: Percentage of voters who said the country is in a serious recession.
10: Percentage of voters who said the country is not in a recession.
(Exit polling data from the Associated Press.)