About two-thirds of New Hampshire GOP primary voters described themselves as conservative, according to the early results of the exit poll, with about one-quarter calling themselves very conservative. Voters who were registered as Republicans broke heavily for Trump, the exit poll finds, with roughly three-quarters favoring him. But Trump voters were more than three times likelier than Haley voters to describe themselves as angry about the way things are going in the US. The exit poll for New Hampshire’s Republican presidential primary was conducted by Edison Research on behalf of the National Election Pool. It includes 2,029 interviews with Republican primary voters across 40 different polling places.