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About half overall say the most recent debate – held in New Hampshire on Friday night – was an important factor in deciding their vote for president.And early exits indicate that only about 1 in 8 are first-time Democratic primary voters, more than 8 in 10 say they’ve done it before.About the poll: The CNN Exit Poll was conducted by Edison Research for the National Election Pool. Results for the full sample have a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.Watch more analysis: Democratic voters turning out in today’s New Hampshire primary say they are looking for a candidate who can beat President Trump over one who agrees with them on the issues by a roughly 2-to-1 margin, according to an exit poll.The poll showed that 81% say they're "angry" about the Trump administration.About the poll: The CNN Exit Poll was conducted by Edison Research for the National Election Pool. They are also eyeing the rural northern parts of the state and the Hanover region.Watch: These Trump voters are considering voting for KlobucharFrom CNN's MJ LeeElizabeth Warren is looking at a potentially weak finish in her neighbor state of New Hampshire tonight following on a disappointing third place finish in Iowa, and her campaign manager is out with a new memo that hits at what the Warren campaign sees as the fundamental weaknesses of her rivals.It’s notable that the memo, penned by Roger Lau and just sent out to Warren supporters, draws stark contrasts between Warren and her rivals even as the senator herself remains reticent to directly go after her competitors.Some of the key critiques that Lau outlines about their top rivals include saying that Bernie Sanders has a “ceiling”; pointing out that Joe Biden’s support among “even” older and black voters is eroding; questioning Pete Buttigieg’s ability to appeal to diverse voters; and saying Amy Klobuchar is untested and doesn’t have a long-term infrastructure in place.Here are some key lines:As the campaign has been doing for a while, this is clearly another effort to set expectations for a long haul fight that extends through at least Super Tuesday for the Warren campaign.Bill Clinton is the only candidate in the last 40 years to lose both Iowa and New Hampshire and go on to win the presidency.

As said here by By <a href="/profiles/meg-wagner">Meg Wagner</a>, <a href="/profiles/fernando-alfonso-iii">Fernando Alfonso III</a>, Mike Hayes and <a href="/profiles/veronica-rocha">Veronica Rocha</a>, CNN