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Exit Polls: Wis. Voters of Both Parties Say Trade Deals Hurt US Jobs

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By    |   Tuesday, 05 Apr 2016 06:45 PM

Both Republicans and Democrats voting in Wisconsin on Tuesday say that foreign trade agreements take jobs away from American workers, while Democrats are more isolationist than GOP voters on whether the United States should be more involved in world affairs.

Here are the results of CNN exit polls of Badger State voters:

How do foreign trade deals affect U.S. jobs?

Republicans:
  • Take away jobs: 54 percent.
  • Create more jobs: 33 percent.
  • Does not affect jobs: 21 percent.
Democrats:
  • Take away jobs: 45 percent.
  • Create jobs: 38 percent.
  • Does not affect jobs: 13 percent.
How involved should the U.S. be in world affairs?

Republicans:
  • More involved: 48 percent.
  • Less involved: 29 percent.
  • Same level of involvement: 21 percent.
Democrats:
  • Same level: 38 percent.
  • Less involved: 34 percent.
  • More involved: 26 percent.

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Both Republicans and Democrats voting in Wisconsin on Tuesday say that foreign trade agreements take jobs away from American workers, while Democrats are more isolationist than GOP voters on whether the United States should be more involved in world affairs.
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