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(CNN) -Two different states, possibly two different outcomes, definitely two different economic worlds.
It appears voters in Kentucky are much more concerned about the economy than those in Oregon, according to just released exit polls.
Forty-five percent of Democratic voters in Kentucky said they have been affected by the recession a great deal, compared to 28 percent of Oregon voters who said that.
Meanwhile, 42 percent of Kentucky voters said they were somewhat affected by the recession, while 10 percent said they weren’t affected by it that much and 12 said they were “not at all affected.”
In Oregon, 43 percent said they were somewhat affected by the poor economic conditions, while 17 percent said they weren’t that much affected and 12 percent said not at all.
The different views of the economy could have a big effect on how Democrats in these states are voting.