Republican voters in Michigan, Mississippi, Idaho and Hawaii had a say Tuesday in who they'd like to see as their candidate for president, while Democrats held contests in Michigan and Mississippi.
Exit polling from CNN found nine of 10 GOP voters in Mississippi and Michigan were angry or dissatisfied with government... which turned out to be good news for Republican front-runner (and party outsider) Donald Trump, who won both states by wide margins.
Idaho, meanwhile, belonged to Ted Cruz, now second in the GOP delegate count.
Bernie Sanders pulled off a surprise win in Michigan, while Hillary Clinton took Mississippi.
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