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Tags: Polls | Supreme Court | michigan | wisconsin | battlegrounds | scotus | voters

NBC/Marist Polls: Michigan, Wisconsin Likely Voters Want to Wait on SCOTUS

(NBC News/"Meet the Press?)

By    |   Sunday, 27 September 2020 10:51 AM

Likely voter majorities in key battleground states Michigan and Wisconsin say the winner of the November presidential election should fill the Supreme Court vacancy Judge Amy Coney Barrett is now nominated for, according to the latest NBC News/Marist polls.

Both polls show Joe Biden heavily ahead of incumbent President Donald Trump (8 and 10 points) and the likely voters' position on the SCOTUS vacancy is a heavily partisan issue.

Michigan (Biden leads 52%-44%):

  • 54% say election winner should fill seat.
  • 37% say Trump should fill it immediately.
  • 7% say Trump should fill it after the election.

Wisconsin (Biden leads 54%-44%):

  • 56% say election winner should fill seat.
  • 37% say Trump should fill it immediately.
  • 5% say Trump should fill it after the election.

Those numbers are fueled by partisan division, however.

"In both states, nine-in-10 Democrats and approximately 60% of independents believe the 2020 winner should fill the seat, while about 80% of Republicans say Trump should get to fill it immediately," NBC News reported.

The Michigan poll among 799 likely voters was conducted Sept. 19-23 with a margin of error of plus or minus 4.3 percentage points. The Wisconsin poll among 727 likely voters was conducted Sept. 20-24 with a margin of error of plus or minus 4.6 percentage points.

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Likely voter majorities in key battleground states Michigan and Wisconsin say the winner of the November presidential election should fill the Supreme Court vacancy Judge Amy Coney Barrett is now nominated for, according to the latest NBC News/Marist polls....
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