Tuesday, November 07, 2006
Exit polls: Sen. Menendez projected to win even as majority question his ethics
(CNN) -- New Jersey voters are projected to elect Sen. Robert Menendez, even though 62 percent do not believe the incumbent has high ethical standards, according to exit polls.
Menendez was helped by a preponderance of Democratic voters -- 41 percent identified themselves with the party, compared to 28 percent with Republicans.
Independents (32 percent of New Jersey voters) were about evenly split -- with 46 percent voting for Mendendez and 48 percent for Kean.
Full New Jersey results
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