Martha MacCallum reported the first batch of exit polling data coming into the Fox News Decision Desk. Follow it all throughout the night, here.

More than six in 10 voters said they are bothered by Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server. 

More than seven in 10 voters said they were bothered by Donald Trump's treatment of women. 

Hillary Clinton had a three-point edge on the question of which candidate would be a better commander-in-chief.

But Donald Trump was favored over Clinton on who would be better to handle the economy. 

Among late-deciding voters, Trump and Clinton are tied. 

Trump had a big lead among people who said they dislike both candidates. 

- 63 percent say the debates were important to their vote. 

- 52 percent say the fight against ISIS is going badly. 

- 45 percent say ObamaCare went too far. 

- 49 percent have an unfavorable view of the Democratic Party, while 56 percent have an unfavorable view of the GOP.

- 49 percent think the government should do less, 45 percent say government should do more.

- 42 percent believe the criminal justice system treats everyone fairly. 

- 49 percent believe the criminal justice system is unfair to blacks. 

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