WI's Economic Growth Dropped 73% Between Doyle's Last Year and Walker's First Year

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Now that the recall is over, the Wisconsin Department of Revenue has conveniently just released their spring Economic Outlook Report that just happens to show that Wisconsin Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) dropped from a 4.1% increase in 2010 to a dismal 1.1% increase in 2011, AKA Walker's first year in office.

That is a 73% drop from Doyle's last year in office to Walker's first year in office.

As the WDR graph below indicates, Wisconsin economic growth was also above the national average and the Great Lakes region in Doyle's last year, but quickly fell below both in Walker's first year:

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