Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Strong Poll for Wisconsin Dems

Wisconsin Public Radio and St. Norbert College teamed up to do a poll of Wisconsin voters between March 29 and April 9.

Here are some highlights:
  • In a statewide gubernatorial match-up, Jim Doyle leads Mark Green 43% to 35% (with 14% undecided)
  • 40% of respondents said they have never heard of Mark Green
  • In a statewide AG match-up, Peg Lautenschlager leads Paul Bucher 40% to 27% (with 22% undecided)
  • In a statewide AG match-up, Peg Lautenschlager leads J.B. Van Hollen 40% to 23% (with 25% undecided)
  • In a statewide AG match-up, Kathleen Falk leads Paul Bucher 35% to 25% (with 29% undecided)
  • In a statewide AG match-up, Kathleen Falk leads J.B. Van Hollen 37% to 21% (with 30% undecided)
  • Doyle's approval rating (57%) is 7 percentage points higher than the Republican-controlled state legislature (50%)
Overall, a strong poll for Wisconsin Dems.

UPDATE: Xoff has a good explanation for why this poll should be ignored. It's tough to ignore good news like this, but after reading Xoff's reasoning, I agree that the WPR/St. Norbert poll doesn't necessarily present an accurate picture.

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