As with the reports from Minnesota and Texas, the Marquette Law School also produced Governor numbers for their statewide Wisconsin poll. According to the results, Gov. Scott Walker (R) and Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers (D) would fall into a 46-46% tie. This is a better standing for Walker than the Public Policy Polling survey taken within the same time segment (8/15-16; 596 WI likely voters) that find Mr. Evers holding a 49-44% advantage. Both polls indicate that this Governor’s campaign will be close, which is not surprising for a Wisconsin statewide election.
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