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As New Hampshire voters leave the polling locations tonight, a Fox News exit poll reveals interesting storylines in the key Granite State primary.

Nearly half of Republican voters said they were angry with the federal government, and a large number of those people went for Donald Trump.

Trump took first among voters who are frustrated with Washington with 37 percent, followed by Ted Cruz with 17 percent, Marco Rubio with 12 and Jeb Bush with nine.

On the Democratic side, voters whose top candidate quality is finding someone who's honest and trustworthy overwhelmingly supported Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton, 93 percent to five percent.

Those voters who valued experience as their most important quality, however, favored Clinton over Sanders 88 percent to 12.

See Martha MacCallum's full exit poll report above, and tune in to Fox News Channel for can't-miss New Hampshire coverage tonight with Bill O'Reilly, Megyn Kelly and Sean Hannity, starting at 11p ET.


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