By  on December 4, 2007

The erosion of the once mighty textile industry in South Carolina has been supplanted as the top issue among most voters in the state's presidential primaries — the first in the South.

Although tens of thousands of workers have lost their jobs and bitterness about the steady decline lingers, a Winthrop University/ETV (public television and radio) poll found that the war in Iraq was the leading concern of Democrats in the state, with health care second. Illegal immigration was the foremost issue for Republicans, followed by the war.

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