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FLASH: TRUMP WINS INDIANA IN LANDSLIDE
With fresh exit polling out, here's a look at how Trump pulled together his victory in Indiana:
Trump is getting the support of men, with over half of Indiana Republican primary voters supporting him.
Women are more evenly split between Trump (46 percent) and Cruz (42 percent).
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Trump does well with independents, garnering support from over half of those voters.
Among the 58 percent of Indiana Republican primary voters who say they would like the next president to be an outsider, 76 percent support Trump.
Trump and Cruz are running about even with white evangelical voters (Cruz 45 percent, Trump 48 percent) -- who make up more than half of the Indiana Republican voters.
Among the 32 percent of voters who describe themselves as "very conservative," Cruz gets the support of over half of them.
Cruz also gets the majority of support from Republican Indiana primary voters who attend religious services at least weekly which is about half of the voters.
For the half of Indiana voters without a college degree, the majority support Trump. The contest is tighter among college graduates (45 percent for Trump, 41 percent for Cruz).
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