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Last Updated on March 8, 2024 by Robert C. Hoopes

The Iowa Caucus results are in, and the data reveals some interesting insights into the mindset of caucus-goers in the state.

According to entrance polls conducted at caucus locations, the majority of caucus-goers were male (56%) and white (98%). The largest age group represented was 65 and over at 41%, with a majority of them being college graduates (51%).

In terms of political affiliation, the majority identified as Republicans (82%) and considered themselves very conservative (52%). A significant 61% supported a federal ban on most or all abortions, and 46% considered themselves part of the MAGA movement.

Interestingly, 65% of caucus-goers believed that Donald Trump would still be fit to be president even if convicted of a crime. The top issues that influenced candidate support were the economy (38%) and immigration (34%).

When it came to choosing a candidate, 41% prioritized finding someone who shared their values, while 32% valued candidates who fought for people like them. A striking 66% did not believe Joe Biden legitimately won the presidency in 2020.

It is noteworthy that a majority of caucus-goers had already decided on their vote well before the caucus day, with 65% making their decision before the current month.

Overall, the Iowa Caucus results provide a glimpse into the voter preferences and priorities in the state, shedding light on the issues that matter most to Iowa voters as they head into the upcoming election season.

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