Super Tuesday: Latest GOP Results

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Super Tuesday has come to a close for the Republican presidential candidates, but some of the results are still coming in.

Here's the latest news and below is the full GOP results.

The Latest News:

  • ABC News projects Donald Trump will win the Arkansas GOP primary, based on vote analysis.
  • ABC News projects Trump will win the Vermont GOP primary, based on vote analysis.
  • ABC News projects Marco Rubio will win the Minnesota GOP caucuses, based on vote analysis.
  • ABC News projects Ted Cruz will win the Oklahoma GOP primary, based on vote analysis.
  • Georgia

    ABC News projects Trump will win the Georgia GOP primary, based on exit poll data and vote analysis.

    PHOTO: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a rally, March 1, 2016, in Louisville, Ky.John Bazemore/AP Photo
    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a rally, March 1, 2016, in Louisville, Ky.

    A majority of Georgia GOP primary voters said they were looking a political outsider – and six in 10 of them backed Trump, according to preliminary exit poll data. Half also said they’d be satisfied with Trump as the nominee, although slightly more said they’d be satisfied with either Cruz or Rubio.

    Seven in 10 said they favor banning non-citizen Muslims from entering the country; fewer, but four in 10, support deporting undocumented immigrants. Trump’s broadly popular in both these signature-issue groups.

    Vermont

    ABC News projects Trump will win the Vermont GOP primary, based on vote analysis.

    Vermont voters were evenly split in preliminary exit poll results between those wanting an outsider and those wanting experience: John Kasich won nearly half of the experience group, Trump half of the outsider voters.

    Support for Kasich and Trump also was split for the top two selected candidate qualities: a candidate who “shares your values” (a Kasich group) or one who “can bring needed change” (a Trump group).

    Virginia

    ABC News projects Trump will win the Virginia GOP primary, based on vote analysis.

    Independents accounted for a third of GOP primary voters in Virginia, and preliminary exit poll results indicated a Trump-Rubio contest in this group.

    Half of Virginia voters said they want an outsider, a strong group for Trump, but Rubio ran well in preliminary exit poll results among the four in 10 who want someone with political experience.

    Alabama

    ABC News projects Trump will win the Alabama GOP primary, based on exit poll data.

    Six in 10 Alabama GOP primary voters in preliminary exit poll data wanted a political outsider -- Trump’s most singular claim to fame -- and he took home more than six in 10 of their votes.

    Nearly eight in 10 wanted to ban non-U.S. Muslims from entering the country and more than half supported deporting undocumented immigrants, both among the highest of any state so far this year. Trump won a majority support in both groups.

    Massachusetts

    ABC News projects Trump will win the Massachusetts GOP primary, based on exit poll data.

    A majority of Massachusetts GOP voters wanted someone from outside the political establishment, a great group for Trump so far, he won seven in 10 of them, according to preliminary exit poll data. And nearly four in 10 were angry about the way the federal government is working; Trump won six in 10 of them.

    Trump also won six in 10 of those who don’t have a college degree – no one else was close. (They accounted for four in 10 voters. And seven in 10 decided more than a few days ago; Trump’s took more than half of their votes.)

    Virtually half the voters in the Massachusetts GOP primary were Independents -- a record this year. About half of independents went for Trump -- though he won mainline Republicans as well.

    Oklahoma

    ABC News projects Cruz will win the Oklahoma GOP primary, based on vote analysis.

    PHOTO: Sen. Ted Cruz addresses the crowd during an election night watch party, March 1, 2016 in Stafford, Texas.David J. Phillip/AP Photo
    Sen. Ted Cruz addresses the crowd during an election night watch party, March 1, 2016 in Stafford, Texas.

    Evangelicals accounted for three-quarters of Oklahoma’s GOP primary voters and Cruz won nearly four in 10 of them, according to preliminary exit poll data.

    Trump and Cruz split the nearly half of voters who favor deporting undocumented immigrants.

    One-third of voters decided just in the last few days, more than in most other states (the average was about two in 10); Cruz and Rubio did much better among late deciders, while Trump, as usual, did best with those who decided longer ago.

    Tennessee

    ABC News projects Trump will win the Tennessee GOP primary, based on exit poll data.

    High numbers of voters in Tennessee said they support banning non-U.S. Muslims from entering the country (three-quarters) and want to deport undocumented immigrants (more than half), according to preliminary exit poll data.

    Half of voters in the state wanted someone who “can bring needed change” or who “tells it like it is" -- very strong Trump groups. And more than half want someone from outside the political establishment.

    Arkansas

    ABC News projects Trump will win the Arkansas GOP primary, based on vote analysis.

    More than four in 10 Arkansas GOP voters are “very” conservative, among the highest in any state tonight, and Cruz won four in 10 of them in preliminary exit poll results. Rubio and Trump came back among the four in 10 “somewhat” conservatives.

    Voters were divided almost evenly on whether undocumented immigrants should be deported or given a chance to apply for legal status. Rubio emerged with a lead in the latter group; Trump and Cruz split the former.

    Texas

    ABC News projects Cruz will win the Texas GOP primary, based on exit poll data.

    Just 45 percent of Texas GOP voters wanted an outsider, fewer than in other states, according to preliminary exit poll results. And while Trump won more than six in 10 of this group, Cruz dominated among the four in 10 voters who preferred experience in a candidate.

    Two-thirds of GOP primary voters in Texas said they support building a wall along the entire U.S.-Mexico border -- a signature Trump issue -- but Cruz and Trump split these voters about evenly.

    Minnesota (caucuses)

    ABC News projects Rubio will win the Minnesota GOP caucuses, based on vote analysis.

    PHOTO: Sen. Marco Rubio, speaks during a campaign rally, March 1, 2016, in Andover, Minn.Jim Mone/AP Photo
    Sen. Marco Rubio, speaks during a campaign rally, March 1, 2016, in Andover, Minn.

    Alaska (caucuses)

    Check back for results.

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