A substantial share of voters said they made up their minds about whom to support in the last few days, according to preliminary results from CNN exit polls.
Here's what they show:
- Virginia: Nearly half of Democratic primary voters said that they made up their minds about whom to support in the last few days before voting.
- North Carolina: Nearly 3 in 10 still said they made up their minds in the last few days. About 4 in 10 in each state said they made up their minds before voting began in early February.
In both states, white voters were more likely to say they made up their minds in the last few days than were black voters, including a majority of white voters in Virginia. Most black voters in both states said they had decided on their choice before February.
Majorities in both states said they would prefer a nominee who can beat President Donald Trump over one with whom they agree on the issues. That's a notable difference between these two southern states and South Carolina.
Breaking down the CNN exit polls: