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Wednesday, November 08, 2006
Exit polls: Clinton wins every N.Y. region, match-up with Giuliani
(CNN) -- New Yorkers expressed a strong dislike of President Bush and love of Sen. Hillary Clinton in Tuesday's election, according to exit polls.

About three-quarters of New York voters expressed disapproval of President Bush's job performance and the war in Iraq, key factors in the Democratic landslide.

Clinton won every region of New York, including the once-solidly Republican rural upstate region, 58 percent to 39 percent. She also emerged victorious in a hypothetical presidential match-up with Rudy Giuliani, with 57 percent of New York voters favoring Clinton and 34 percent the former New York City mayor.

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