Utah exit poll data: Love/Matheson race, Crockett/McAdams race too close to call

The Utah Colleges Exit Poll has surveyed Utah voters as they left polling places in Utah throughout Election Day. More than 500 student interviewers fanned out to 130 polling locations. Here are first results.

Complications with data entry have resulted in some races having larger than average margins of error in exit polling, officials said.

U.S. President
Mitt Romney … 72%
Barack Obama … 24%
Someone else … 3%
Projected winner: Mitt Romney

U.S. Senate
Orrin Hatch … 66%
Scott Howell … 30%
Someone else … 4%
Projected winner: Orrin Hatch

Governor
Gary Herbert … 69%
Peter Cooke … 28%
Someone else … 4%
Projected winner: … Gary Herbert

Congressional District 1
Rob Bishop … 71%
Donna McAleer … 25%
Someone else … 4%
Projected Winner: … Rob Bishop

Congressional District 2
Chris Stewart … 59%
Jay Seegmiller … 38%
Someone else … 4%
Projected winner: … Chris Stewart

Congressional District 3
Jason Chaffetz … 80%
Soren Simonsen … 19%
Someone else … 1%
Projected winner: … Jason Chaffetz

Congressional District 4
Mia Love … 46%
Jim Matheson … 49%
Someone else 5%
Projected winner: **TOO CLOSE TO CALL**

Salt Lake County Mayor
Mark Crockett … 39%
Ben McAdams … 58%
Someone else … 2%
Projected winner: **TOO CLOSE TO CALL**

Salt Lake County Council
Jim Bradley … 55%
Joe Demma … 42%
Someone else … 3%
Projected winner: **TOO CLOSE TO CALL**

Salt Lake County Proposition 1
For … 68%
Against … 32%
Projected winner: For

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