Stories tagged: "marquette poll"

‘$15 is Just a Start’: Wisconsin Residents Push for a Minimum Wage Hike

Wisconsin's minimum wage has been a measly $7.25 for more than a decade. Most state residents say it's time for an increase.

Gov. Tony Evers signs an executive order on Jan. 27 authorizing the creation of a nonpartisan commission to draw fair maps for the next redistricting process. (Photo by Jessica VanEgeren)
Evers: Gerrymandering Allowed GOP to Abandon Wisconsin in the Depths of a Pandemic

Evers wants the next maps to return to rewarding compromise and service, rather than conflict, but a 2021 battle is expected.

Charles Franklin, director of the Marquette Law School Poll, speaks in a Wednesday virtual luncheon hosted by the Milwaukee Milwaukee Press Club. Franklin gave a postmortem of polling errors in Wisconsin for the 2020 presidential election and talked about why virtually every poll seems to miss a significant segment of Donald Trump's supporters. (Screenshot)
Why Were Polls So Wrong? One Pollster Thinks the Answer Lies With Trump.

Wisconsin’s most prominent pollster gives his theories on why presidential election polls were so wrong in 2016 and 2020.

Opinion poll survey
POLL: Biden Maintains Wisconsin Lead. Big Support for Wearing Face Masks.

Respondents disapprove of campaign rallies in a pandemic, but want the debates to go on.

Marquette Poll for August Shows Biden Leads Trump by 6 Points.
7 Out of 10 Wisconsinites Support Mask Requirements in New Marquette Poll

Survey shows Biden up 6 on Trump. Comfort on sending kids back to school depends on if you have kids at home.

Trump Isn't Going To Like This Wisconsin Poll
Trump Isn’t Going To Like This Wisconsin Poll

Views on police vary, but reform supported.

Marquette Poll for August Shows Biden Leads Trump by 6 Points.
Want To Know What Wisconsinites Really Think? Get Ready To Dial 100,000 Phone Numbers.

Pollsters say Wisconsin voters are engaged, but not easy to track down.