Early exit polls: Mississippi voters angrier, more evangelical than Michigan

According to CNN, roughly one-in-10 GOP voters in both states say they are either “enthusiastic” or “satisfied” with the federal government. But in Michigan, more voters say they are dissatisfied (55 percent) than angry (32 percent). That’s not the case in Mississippi, where more voters are angry (44 percent), with the same number dissatisfied (43 percent).

More than three-quarters of the Mississippi electorate is white evangelical or born-again Christian, according to NBC News, while CNN reported only about half of the Michigan electorate is.