What the 2022 exit polls show about how the United States voted

For both polls: Results are weighted to match the vote tally for candidate support by region and to correct for differential turnout by subgroup. Totals may not add to 100 due to rounding. Results are preliminary and will change as additional interviews are included and to match final election results.

Network Exit Poll: The results come from interviews with voters as they left randomly selected Election Day and early voting locations across the country. Early voters were also contacted through telephone surveys. The poll was conducted by Edison Research for the National Election Pool consortium of ABC News, CBS News, Cable News Network and NBC News.

AP VoteCast: Findings are from interviews with randomly selected registered voters from state voter rolls, NORC, the University of Chicago’s AmeriSpeak probabilistic panel, and non-probability online panels. The results shown are based on first voters and those identified as likely voters. The poll was conducted by the AP-NORC Public Affairs Research Center for Fox News and The Associated Press.

Graphics by Janice Kai Chen and Chris Alcantara. Analysis by William Bishop, Emilie GuskinJocelyn Kiley, Ashley Kirzinger and Alauna Safarpour.


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