Wisconsin Exit Poll Highlights

February 19, 2008

An exit poll finds Wisconsin Democratic primary voters are not big fans of globalization. Seven in 10 say U.S. trade with other countries takes more jobs from Wisconsin and fewer than one in five say it creates more jobs for the state. One in 10 say international trade has no effect on the state either way.

The exit poll for The Associated Press and television networks Tuesday also finds Wisconsin Democrats are overwhelmingly pessimistic about the nation's economy. At least half said the nation's economy is not good and nearly all the rest said it is poor.

Wisconsin Republican primary voters feel a bit better about the economy, but still, a majority think it's not good or poor. The surveys were conducted in 35 voting places across Wisconsin.

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