A new Public Policy Polling survey in Wisconsin finds 50% of voters would support the recall of Gov. Scott Walker (R), while 47% are opposed.
"It's impossible to say whether Democrats will be able to sustain this strong anti-Walker sentiment all the way through the time a recall election would actually be held. But it bodes well for them that as Wisconsin has left the headlines, at least nationally, Walker's numbers have just continued to get worse at home.
On the day of two more state senate recall races in Wisconsin, a new Public Policy Polling survey finds public sentiment is moving against a recall of Gov. Scott Walker (R). Key findings: 50% of Wisconsin voters generally oppose a r... Read Post
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