MU poll indicates contentious elections ahead

Based on the latest Marquette University Law School Poll surveying 800 registered Wisconsin voters, the state is in for another contentious year leading into the November 2019 elections.

In the race for governor, Republican Scott Walker and Democrat Tony Evers are neck and neck, each receiving 46% among likely voters. Six percent of those interviewed supported the Libertarian candidate, Phil Anderson, but only 2% are undecided in their selections.

The survey also showed a very close race for the U.S. Senate between incumbent and Democrat Tammy Baldwin (49%) and newcomer Leah Vukmir (47%), a Republican, well within the margin of error of +/-4%.

Entire survey results, including voter opinions on President Donald Trump’s performance, can be found here.