Wisconsin Voters Focused on Economy, Jobs Voters in Appleton, Wisc., react to a campaign stop by President Bush. The state appears up for grabs in November, and job loss may be a key political issue. A recent poll suggests that fewer than 50 percent of Wisconsin residents think the economy is moving in the right direction. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.
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Wisconsin Voters Focused on Economy, Jobs

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Wisconsin Voters Focused on Economy, Jobs

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Voters in Appleton, Wisc., react to a campaign stop by President Bush. The state appears up for grabs in November, and job loss may be a key political issue. A recent poll suggests that fewer than 50 percent of Wisconsin residents think the economy is moving in the right direction. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.