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As voters head to the polls in four states, Martha MacCallum presented some early exit poll data from the Great Lake and Magnolia States.

In Michigan, Ohio Gov. John Kasich leads the pack of GOP candidates with late-deciding voters, picking up 35% of their vote, followed by Cruz with 31%.

MacCallum also said that fewer Republicans in Michigan support banning Muslims than other states, fewer are angry at the government, and more feel betrayed by their party.

Michigan Democrats showed more unity than Republicans with being satisfied with whichever candidate in their party wins the nomination.

In Mississippi, two-thirds of Republicans felt passionate support for their candidate.

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