According to early exit-poll returns, Mr. Gingrich won across nearly all groups of voters. His strongest support came from older voters, those without a college degree, the very conservative, strong Tea Party supporters, rural voters, white evangelical Christians - he won more than half of each of these groups.
Mr. Romney was viewed in Georgia as the most electable in the fall; 40 percent of voters said Mr. Romney would win in the general election, compared with about a third who said Mr. Gingrich would.
But Mr. Gingrich appeared to be more in sync with the views of Georgia voters. Two-thirds said Mr. Gingrich's positions were just right, while more than half said Mr. Romney's positions were not conservative enough. Nearly a third said Mr. Santorum's positions were too conservative.
To view other election results in Fulton County — including whether Atlantans will continue to pay a one-percent sales tax to fund the city's sewer overhaul — head on over to the county's online data fortress.
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