03/28/2008 02:46 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Exit Polling To Soon Eliminate Need For Voting Entirely

The latest round of primary voting happens Tuesday: Democrats in Hawaii, Republicans in Washington, and both parties in Wisconsin, with 59 delegates on the table for Republicans and 121 for Democrats. With so many delegates in such a tight race, all eyes will be on the exit polls. Exit polls are, as we all know, surveys done of voters directly after they leave the polling booths on all manner of issues, which can then be used by major media outlets and campaign officials to make generalizations about the voting public in the most effective way possible. At 23/6, we're all about generalizations and shortcuts, so we've put together our own exit poll questions for each of the major parties to help us find out more about the public at large.

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