The Washington Times - November 4, 2008, 07:09PM

Exit polls found that voters want different things when it comes to their next president, according to a blog by CNN’s Bill Schneider

“Of those who voted for McCain, more than 40 percent said they want a president who ‘shares my values,’ while a nearly equal margin wanted a president with experience,” Mr. Schneider wrote.

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However, 60 percent of people who voted for Sen. Barack Obama said they wanted someone who could “bring about change.” Of Obama voters, 20 percent said they wanted a leader who directly shares their beliefs.  

— Christopher Shaver, intern, The Washington Times