Nearly three-fourths of Wisconsin business leaders say they approve — at least to some degree — of the generous economic package the state is giving Foxconn, according to a survey by the state’s largest business lobbying organization.

Thirty percent of the executives who responded to a poll by Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce said they “strongly” support the $3 billion in state incentives for Foxconn, while 43 percent support it “somewhat.”

The Taiwanese electronics giant says it will build a $10 billion liquid-crystal display plant in southeastern Wisconsin that could eventually employ as many as 13,000 workers.

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