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(CNN) - The state of the economy was the most important issue for primary voters in Wisconsin, continuing a trend that has been a constant since campaign season began. In early exit polls, 9 out of 10 Democratic voters Tuesday – and 6 in 10 Republicans - said the economy is struggling. A majority said foreign trade took jobs away from Wisconsin.
–CNN Associate Political Editor Rebecca Sinderbrand