MADISON (WRN) - Wisconsinites are not as nervous as they were last spring about the way things are going in the Badger State. A new UW-Madison Badger Poll says 51 percent of those surveyed were generally satisfied with how the state’s doing. That’s 9 percent more than in the spring. But about 90 percent still believe Wisconsin has a bad economy – and not even 40 percent believe the state or the national economies will get better over the next year. 507 adults in the state were surveyed between October 29th and November 20th. The poll has a 4 percent margin of error.
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