Déjà vu: Wisconsin is seeing extremely close statewide elections. Majority of Republicans favor paid family leave and exceptions to an abortion ban.
With less than one month until the midterms, Wisconsin's latest poll is painting a clearer picture of what could happen. Well, kind of.
Here are some of the biggest takeaways from October's Marquette Law School poll.
Centrists tend to align with Republicans on concerns about inflation, but they stand with Democrats on abortion rights and gun safety.
Johnson faces sky-high 49% who say he doesn’t “care about people like me,” while Michels’ outcome likely rests with the 23% who say they don’t know him well enough to answer that question yet.
Conservative Patience Roggensack’s retirement creates a fight for court control. The US Supreme Court, meanwhile, sees a major downshift in public opinion in a new Marquette Poll.
Republicans feel suspicious about the presidential vote, but not enough to follow purported investigations about an election they don’t trust.
Sen. Ron Johnson gets the highest unfavorability rating in the survey’s nine-year history.
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