Marquette University Law School released a new poll for Wisconsin, which look great for the President and ok for Tammy Baldwin.
Obama (53%) leads Romney (42%). Not as big as the last Marquette margin of 14 points, but obviously holding steady in the 50% territory.
Baldwin (48%) still leads Thompson (44%), but not by as much as the last poll, where she held a 9 point lead.
A bit of analysis from the story.
Wisconsin independents support Obama over Romney 49 to 40 percent.A quick update:
In the U.S. Senate race, Baldwin has the lead among women, 54 to 38 percent, and Thompson has the lead among men, 50 to 41 percent.
Obama has a solid lead over Romney among women, 61-36 and Romney holds a slight lead over the president among men, 50-41 percent.
The poll was done Sept. 27-30. One-thousand registered voters were interviewed, and of those, there were 894 likely voters.
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In case you had not heard...Obama will be in WI on Thursday after the debates for an afternoon rally in Madison. Should be a sea of people out to greet POTUS.
Obama In Wisconsn, Oct. 4, 2012