Marquette Law School Poll: Clinton leading Trump by 6% in Wisconsin

Published: Nov. 2, 2016 at 1:36 PM CDT
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MILWAUKEE, Wis. (WMTV)----A new Marquette Law School poll released Wednesday afternoon shows 46 percent of Wisconsin likely voters supporting Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and 40 percent support Republican Donald Trump in the race for president.

Libertarian Gary Johnson is supported by 4 percent and Green Party candidate Jill Stein by 3 percent. Six percent do not express a preference. This new survey will be the final Marquette Law School Poll to be conducted before the November 8 election.

In the Marquette Law School Poll conducted October 6-9, Clinton received 44 percent, Trump 37 percent, Johnson 9 percent and Stein 3 percent with 6 percent not expressing a preference.

The new survey finds a very close U.S. Senate race in Wisconsin with 45 percent of likely voters supporting Democrat Russ Feingold and 44 percent supporting Republician Ron Johonson. Libertarian candidate Phil Anderson has 3 percent support while 5 percent do not express a candidate preference.

The full sample of the October 26-31 survey included 1,401 registered voters interviewed by cell phone or landline. Results for likely voters are based on 1,255 respondents.

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