Exit polls today will answer big questions about Wisconsin's polarized electorate - JSOnline
We’ll begin reporting after 4 pm Milwaukee time on the preliminary exit poll numbers, and what they tell us about the Wisconsin voters who turned out Tuesday: their demographic and political characteristics, their attitudes on key questions, and some of the most striking differences between Walker voters and Barrett voters.
Nothing will be reported before the polls close at 8 pm that attempts to project or characterize the final outcome of the recall race. The exit poll numbers can change over the course of the evening as more polling data comes in from people voting later in the day, so they should be read cautiously.
Below are some highlights from the 2010 exit polls (the first Walker-Barrett race).