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(CNN) - President Bush said the economy is in a slowdown but not in a recession. But Pennsylvania Democrats have a different view, according to just-released exit polls.
Close to 90 percent of Democratic primary voters said the economy is in a recession - 42 percent called it a "serious recession" while 47 percent say it’s a "moderate recession." Only 10 percent agreed with the president that the country is in an economic slowdown.
Who did Pennsylvania voters think could best handle the economy? Close to 30 percent said Clinton and about 20 percent said Obama. Forty-five percent said both would handle it well, while only 6 percent said