And 5% voted for President Trump.
About two-thirds (66%) of female Clinton voters said their spouses or partners also supported Clinton, and one in ten said their spouses or partners voted for Trump (5%) or another candidate (5%). Notably, however, about one in five (19%) women who voted for Clinton reported their husband or partner did not vote in the 2016 election.
In contrast, nearly three-quarters (73%) of male Trump supporters said their wife or partner was also supporting the GOP nominee, and few said their spouses or partners voted for Clinton (4%) or another candidate (3%). Thirteen percent of male Trump supporters reported that their wife or partner did not vote.So there was a 7-point difference in marital harmony. 73% of the Angry White Males who are married are married to an Angry White Female who voted for Trump.
Only 66% of the Love Trumps Hate, Harmonic Convergence, Rainbow-Coalitioning Female-Identifying Hillary supporters who are married are married to a male who voted for Clinton.
The poll also found 81% of the Republicans are excited or satisfied by the election results, while 82% of the Democrats are angry, worried or disappointed.
Hillary took the single-woman vote with ease. That demographic may grow after this election.
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