Marquette poll: Evers gains five-point lead on Walker, Baldwin expands lead on Vukmir

 

For the first time in at least two months, the Marquette University Law School poll has Democrat Tony Evers leading incumbent Republican Governor Scott Walker, while 

Among likely voters, the September poll has Evers, the state superintendent of schools, leading Walker 49 percent to 44 percent.

Last month, both were at 46 percent.

Among all registered voters, Evers has a four-point lead on Walker. (47-43).

Incumbent Democratic Senator Tammy Baldwin also leads Republican challenger Leah Vukmir 53 to 42 percent among likely voters.

That expands Baldwin's lead by a nine percent margin over her two-percent August lead.

Among all registered voters, Baldwin's lead is 52 to 40.

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Charles Franklin, director of the poll, joined WTMJ's Scott Warras on Wisconsin's Afternoon News following the poll's release.

Listen to their conversation above.

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