For Republicans, the House exit polls show an electorate that went from a 7-point Democratic advantage in 2012 to even this year (36 percent of the electorate for each major party). Republicans won every age category over 40 years, lost women by only 5 points, won married women overwhelmingly, won the suburbs by 12 percent and the $50,000-100,000 income bracket by 10 points. Health care was the second most important issue after the economy. Republicans won 35 percent of Hispanics, who made up just 8 percent of the electorate. (In 2012, Hispanics were 10 percent of the total.) Republicans across the country ran on a tough foreign policy, opposition to the White House's treatment of Israel, increasing defense spending and standing up to the world's bullies. These are not Rand or Ron Paul Republicans; they are Tom Cotton Republicans.