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Marquette Poll: Hillary up 15 Points in Wisconsin

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By    |   Wednesday, 10 Aug 2016 06:26 PM

A new poll shows Hillary Clinton's lead over Donald Trump increased three-fold among Wisconsin voters.

The Marquette University Law School survey shows Clinton has 52 percent support in Wisconsin, compared to 37 percent for Trump. In early July, reports Politico, Clinton held a four-point lead over Trump in the Badger State.

When Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein are added as choices, those polled chose:

  • Clinton, 47 percent
  • Trump, 34 percent
  • Johnson, 9 percent
  • Stein, 3 percent


Other notable findings from the poll:

  • 41 percent said they would be very uncomfortable with Clinton serving as president, compared to 27 percent who would be very comfortable
  • 55 percent said they would be very uncomfortable with Trump being president, compared to 13 percent who would be very comfortable
  • 61 percent said Clinton is qualified to be president, compared to 29 percent who said the same for Trump
  • 48 percent have a favorable opinion of Clinton, while 28 percent said the same for Trump

Another poll found that 20 percent of registered Republicans would like to see Trump quit the race for president.

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