From CNN, here are national exit polls of interesting demographics. I presume they’ve been fixed in post-production to no longer predict a Hillary win.
As of the wee hours of Wednesday morning, Trump holds a 0.2% lead in the national popular vote counting. But, judging from 2012, that’s likely to turn into a slight Clinton edge by the point California finishes its leisurely tally of mail-in ballots by sometime before Thanksgiving. The NYT data guys are predicting Hillary will end up with a 1.1% popular vote edge, and they’ve been quite accurate with their vote count predictions this evening.
Keep in mind with exit polls that the % of the voters who fall in different demographic buckets are kind of contrived. The exit pollsters have to have a model of which precincts to send pollsters to based on their expectations of turnout.
Hillary did poorly among Independent men:
Marriage by sex:
And here’s an NYT graph piece on trends in exit polls since 2004.