Exit polls will be used by both candidates to determine the winner of this year’s presidential race.
But if exit polls are wrong, the results will have a dramatic impact on the direction of the nation.
The exit polls will have an effect on how much attention the presidential election will receive.
If exit polls show Clinton losing to Trump, the outcome could be the result of a false sense of security and confusion.
The public will get confused, because many people are voting for the wrong candidate.
The people will not understand the rules, and will be more likely to vote for the other candidate, who may be a better candidate.
Exit polls can also help determine the direction and magnitude of an election.
For example, exit polls can give us an indication of how much people support a candidate or how they feel about a candidate.
But exit polls don’t always give us the complete picture.
The information they give us can also be inaccurate.
For instance, exit poll data can show how people feel about an issue.
The survey may have a bias toward a candidate, or may have other errors.
But the overall picture is accurate.
What can exit polls tell us?
When people exit the polls, the exit pollsters will gather information about their voting patterns, including their party identification and preferences.
The results from the exit polls could also show us what other important characteristics people like and dislike about a given candidate.
People tend to like a candidate who they think is honest and trustworthy, who they believe will be a good president, and who they like to have a positive relationship with.
The more a candidate is trusted, the more likely they are to vote.
Exit poll results also can show us whether a candidate has a strong following or whether the voters are very focused on the election.
The way voters vote in an election is a key factor in determining how the nation moves forward.
How do exit polls affect the presidential race?
Many people will exit the polling place before polls close, leaving the doors open for others to vote or casting a ballot.
For this reason, the presidential candidates and their surrogates will spend the entire time before polls open talking about how to improve the vote counts and the way to make the election as close as possible.
The candidate who wins the most votes will be the president.
The campaign of a winning candidate is often referred to as a coronation.
The coronation is the final stage in the coronation, and it is a moment in time that is often described as the last straw.
When the candidate who is going to win the most people votes wins the election, there will be an outpouring of support for the candidate and the party he or she represents.
Exit polling data may be used to see what people like about the candidate they like.
This can be used as a measure of whether people are enthusiastic about a particular candidate, whether people would prefer to have the candidate or party in power, and how they would like to see the country move forward.
The most important information about voters’ preferences, however, is the vote.
The voters can tell us how they vote, their voting preferences, and their views of candidates, parties, and the economy.
The final outcome of the election is decided by the voters and the voters alone.
In addition, the campaign is not an impartial investigation.
If the election were held today, the campaigns of both candidates would be able to use exit polls to determine how they are going to run the country, what their policies will be, and what their overall priorities will be.
What are exit polls?
Exit polls are conducted by telephone or internet interviews.
People who have already voted are not asked to return to the polling station.
Exit surveys are not open to anyone younger than 18 years old.
They are designed to provide a snapshot of how the public votes, and are often called “random-digit-dialing” polls.
They also are designed for people who may not be able or do not want to answer a simple question.
Exit Polls are conducted with an electronic device called a landline telephone.
People may dial in by dialing their phone number, or typing their number in.
They may also enter an individual’s name and their postal code to help them locate the polling site.
There are four types of exit polls: “random” and “case-control” (both are case-insensitive); “live-call” (which uses a live-call operator); “offline” (where the person has the opportunity to leave the phone but the poll is not yet complete); and “off-line” cases.
The live-check mode of the landline poll can only be used if people are already on the land line.
The off-line mode is for those who have not yet cast their ballots.
All cases are case sensitive, which means that the numbers of cases can change by a different person each time a case is entered.
Cases are entered by phone numbers.
For “live call” polls, if a