[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i.l.cnn.net/cnn/2008/images/02/19/cast.jpg caption="Two people cast their ballots in Cedarburg, Wisconsin."]
(CNN) - Exit polls showed 43 percent of Democratic voters in Wisconsin said the economy was the most important issue in deciding their vote - followed by the war in Iraq at 29 percent and health care at 25 percent. Fifty-five percent of those who cited the economy voted for Obama, compared to 43 percent for Clinton.
And 70 percent said U.S. trade with other countries causes the loss of American jobs, while only 17 percent said it creates jobs, and 9 percent said it has no effect. Those who felt trade loses jobs also favored Obama, 54-43 percent.