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Six percent of early voters declined to say how they voted, and 3 percent said they voted for someone else. Johnson receives 4 percent among each gender and Stein is supported by 2 percent of men and 3 percent of women. Asked if “honest” describes Clinton, 28 percent of likely voters say that it does, while 68 percent say that it does not. In July, 19 percent thought the party would remain divided, 40 percent said it was divided but would unite and 39 percent said the party was already united. Marquette Lawyer Magazine, Detailed Results of the Marquette Law School Poll, October 21 – 25, 2020, New Marquette Law School Poll finds Biden lead over Trump stable at five percentage points, Detailed Results of the Marquette Law School Poll, September 30 – October 4, 2020, Amid major national developments, new Marquette Law School Poll finds Wisconsin voter preferences holding steady in presidential race, Detailed results of the Marquette law school supreme court poll- September 8-15, 2020, part 4 (Decisions), Wedge Issues podcast: Charles Franklin on polls, partisanship and public opinion, The Red and the Blue: Political Polarization Through the Prism of Metropolitan Milwaukee. Among all registered voters, 34 percent say they have stopped talking about politics with someone due to disagreements about the election. In July, 51 percent approved and 45 percent disapproved. This poll interviewed 800 registered Wisconsin voters by landline or cell phone, March 13-16, 2017. In July, 36 percent rated Clinton favorably and 58 percent unfavorably. Among likely voters, i.e., those who say they are certain they will vote in November, Clinton is supported by 52 percent and Trump by 37 percent in the new poll, with 10 percent saying they will support neither candidate. In July, 11 percent had a favorable view of Johnson, 10 percent an unfavorable view and 79 percent lacked an opinion. Independents give Johnson a 46 percent edge to Feingold’s 40 percent, a reversal of the previous poll in which independents leaned to Feingold by 44 percent to 37 percent for Johnson. Among Republicans, 8 percent say this will be their first presidential vote, among Democrats 9 percent are new voters, and among independents 14 percent are new voters. Among non-Hispanic whites with a college degree, Clinton is supported by 46 percent and Trump by 39 percent. Among Democrats, 85 percent back Clinton, 2 percent Trump, 5 percent Johnson, and 4 percent Stein, while 4 percent support none, wouldn’t vote or don’t know. In July, Feingold had 48 percent support and Johnson 41 percent. In the 2016 election, the Marquette poll came “within a decimal point” of forecasting the percentage of voter support for Clinton but was nearly 8 points off on Trump’s vote percentage. However, the new-voter samples are too small to be considered reliable estimates. Among likely voters, 46 percent of men support Trump and 41 percent support Clinton. Among likely voters, Feingold received 46 percent, Johnson 40 percent and Anderson 7 percent. Sixteen percent say they will vote for neither candidate, will not vote, or don’t know how they will vote. Partisan divides are vivid in new Law School Poll results, Wedge Issues podcast: Charles Franklin on polls, partisanship and public opinion The poll, conducted June 13-17, sheds light on where voters around the state stand in the months leading up to the primaries, which are set to take place on Tuesday, Aug. 14. Asked if it is appropriate for an opposition party in Congress to adopt the attitude that their greatest priority is to ensure that the president is not reelected in 2020, 72 percent of registered voters say that this is not appropriate while 16 percent say it is appropriate. In the most recent Marquette Law School Poll, in July, Clinton had 43 percent support and Trump 37 percent, with 18 percent saying they would vote for neither, would not vote or didn’t know. The margin of error is +/- 4.6 percentage points for the full sample. Thirty-eight percent of registered voters say that they are very confident the votes for president will be accurately counted, with 30 percent somewhat confident, 18 percent not very confident and 12 percent not at all confident. When results are broken down by party identification, there is little change among Democrats, who supported Clinton by 88 percent on Wednesday and Thursday, 88 percent on Friday and 90 percent Saturday through Monday. Majorities of each partisan group say such an approach is not appropriate, with 67 percent of Republicans, 73 percent of Democrats and 77 percent of independents saying such an approach is not appropriate. Respondents were asked how comfortable they were with the idea of each candidate as president. In the Oct. 6-9 poll, approval was 44 percent and disapproval was 51 percent. In September, Johnson was seen favorably by 43 percent of likely voters and unfavorably by 37 percent, with 20 percent lacking an opinion. The Marquette Law School's polls are conducted over four nights by live interviewers. Six percent never discuss politics. This poll interviewed 805 registered Wisconsin voters by landline or cell phone, August 4‑7, 2016. Asked whom they would rather see lead the Republican party in 2017, 20 percent of registered voters say Trump, 13 percent Sen. Ted Cruz and 51 percent Rep. Paul Ryan. Capital Times, The Red and the Blue: Political Polarization Through the Prism of Metropolitan Milwaukee When Anderson is included in the list of candidates, 88 percent of Democrats choose Feingold, 4 percent Johnson and 4 percent Anderson, with 4 percent choosing none of the three. Jul 13, 2016, 2:40pm CDT ... New Marquette Law School poll shows Clinton, Feingold in the lead . Scott Walker is handling his job stands at 38 percent, with disapproval at 59 percent. In July, likely voters gave Clinton 45 percent support, Trump 41 percent and 14 percent said they would vote for neither. Results for likely voters are based on 683 respondents, with a margin of error of +/- 5.0 percentage points. Among likely voters, it is Feingold 50 percent, Johnson 39 percent and Anderson 7 percent. The long-term estimate over the previous 40 statewide Marquette polls, with 34,751 respondents, is 43 percent Republican and 47 percent Democratic, with 9 percent independent. This poll interviewed 805 registered Wisconsin voters by landline or cell phone, August 4‑7, 2016. The final 2016 Marquette Law School poll results are out, and here key findings from the 10.26.16 to 10.31.16 poll (the full results are available online). Twenty percent of Republicans, 17 percent of Democrats and 13 percent of independents say such an approach is appropriate. Fourteen percent do not have an opinion of him. Asked if a candidate has the qualifications to be president, 58 percent say Clinton does, while 41 percent say she does not. Among those not choosing a major-party presidential candidate, 42 percent are Republicans and 43 percent are Democrats, with 15 percent saying that they are independent or identify with other parties. Johnson, the Libertarian presidential candidate, is seen favorably by 13 percent and unfavorably by 15 percent, with 72 percent lacking an opinion of him. In the Aug. 4-7 poll, Kaine was viewed favorably by 20 percent and unfavorably by 20 percent, with 60 percent lacking an opinion. In interviews completed Saturday, Sunday or Monday, 48 percent said the use of the private email server bothered them a lot, 24 percent said they were bothered a little and 28 percent said they were not bothered at all. The new poll finds that 45 percent of non-Hispanic whites without a college degree support Trump while 41 percent support Clinton. The polling is done by phone, including landlines and mobile phones. Among Republicans, 87 percent say they will vote for Johnson, 6 percent for Feingold and 7 percent don’t support either candidate. The Marquette Law School Lubar Center team is pleased to bring you news and insights from Charles Franklin and Mike Gousha from the latest poll. Fifty percent say “honest” describes Johnson and 33 percent say it does not. In July, approval was 38 percent and disapproval was 58 percent. With the third-party candidates specifically mentioned in the question, independents divide 28 percent for Clinton, 28 percent for Trump, 19 percent for Johnson and 6 percent for Stein, with 19 percent saying they would vote for none of these candidates, would not vote or don’t know. President Donald Trump is polling ahead of presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden, according to a recent Marquette University Law School poll. Within the parties, the gender gap persists among Republicans, with 86 percent of men supporting Trump compared to 76 percent of women, and Clinton getting 6 percent of the vote from men and 7 percent from women. The margin of error is +/- 5.3 percentage points for Wednesday and Thursday‘s sample (541 respondents), +/-9.8 percentage points for the Friday sample (157 respondents) and +/-5.4 percentage points for the combined Saturday, Sunday and Monday samples (557 respondents). This poll interviewed 1,401 registered Wisconsin voters by landline or cell phone, Oct. 26-31, 2016. Interviewers read a script designed by the poll's directors. When Anderson is added, the division is 41 percent for Feingold, 36 percent for Johnson, 12 percent for Anderson and 12 percent choosing none of the three. Libertarian candidate Phil Anderson has 3 percent support, while 5 percent do not express a candidate preference, saying that they will vote for none of the candidates, will not vote or don’t know how they will vote. Differences among Democrats are small, with 88 percent of Democratic men and 90 percent of Democratic women supporting Clinton, while 3 percent of Democratic men and 5 percent of women say they will vote for Trump. A total of 11 percent in that matchup say they will vote for none of the candidates, won’t vote or don’t know how they will vote. Forty-five percent describe Johnson as someone who “cares about people like me,” while 41 percent say this does not describe him, unchanged from the previous poll. Among women, Clinton is supported by 50 percent and Trump by 34 percent. Forty-seven percent describe Clinton as someone who “cares about people like me” and 51 percent do not. 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