MARQUETTE LAW SCHOOL POLL FINDS SENATE AND GOVERNOR’S RACES ARE TOSSUPS

FINAL PRE-ELECTION MARQUETTE LAW SCHOOL POLL OF WISCONSIN VOTERS FINDS BOTH SENATE AND GOVERNOR’S RACES ARE TOSSUPS

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MILWAUKEE – A new Marquette Law School Poll survey of Wisconsin voters finds the races for both U.S. Senate and governor are tossups one week before election day.

Among likely voters in the election for U.S. Senate, Sen. Ron Johnson is supported by 50% and Mandela Barnes by 48%. In the Marquette Law Poll’s previous survey, Oct. 3-9, among likely voters Johnson received 52% and Barnes 46%.

Among registered voters in the current poll, 48% support Johnson and 45% support Barnes. “Likely voters” are those who say they are certain to vote or who say they have already voted. “Registered voters” include those already registered and those who say they will register by election day. All vote results include undecided voters who lean to a candidate.