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According to CNN exit polls, 70 percent of voters believe Obama will raise taxes and 61 percent think McCain will increase taxes.

An overwhelming majority -- 93 percent -- believe the economy is "not so good" or "poor." Just 6 percent said the economy was "excellent" or "good."

Voters are split over whether the economy will improve. While 44 percent think it will get better, 23 percent said it will get worse and 25 percent said it will stay the same.