Democratic Party of Wisconsin
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ICYMI: New Poll Shows Tony Evers Up 5 Over Scott Walker

The same poll also found that more Wisconsin voters disapprove of Walker’s job performance than approve.

By - Aug 17th, 2018 04:43 pm
Tony Evers. Photo by Michael Horne.

Tony Evers. Photo by Michael Horne.

Just 3 days into the general election, a new poll already shows Tony Evers up five points over Scott WalkerWisconsin Public Radio reported this afternoon that Public Policy Polling found Evers with 49% support compared to Walker’s 44%.

The same poll also found that more Wisconsin voters disapprove of Walker’s job performance than approve.

An analyst from PPP told WPR “I think Scott Walker is in trouble…I think we have a nominee (in Tony Evers) who is in strong position, relative to Scott Walker, and is potentially looking to get stronger as his party coalesces behind him.”

For more on this poll, see WPR’s reporting HERE.

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