Family Gap: Democrats Lose Big Among Married Voters With Kids

By Terence P. Jeffrey | November 5, 2014 | 1:33am EST

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(CNSNews.com) - Republican House candidates bested Democratic House candidates 58 percent to 40 percent among voters who are married and have children, according to the national exit poll published by CNN.

Similarly, Republican House candidates bested Democratic House candidates 58 percent to 41 percent among all married voters, according to the exit poll.

The exit poll indicated that Democratic candidates had a stronger appeal to voters who are not married--particularly unmarried women.

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Among unmarried men, Democrat House candidates bested Republican candidates 50 percent to 47 percent; and among unmarried women, Democrat House candidates bested Republican candidates 60 percent to 38 percent.

Among married men, Republican House candidates bested Democratic House candidates 61 percent to 37 percent. Among married women, Republican candidates bested Democratic House candidates 54 percent to 44 percent.

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