Mitt Romney tied with Obama in Wisconsin – Scott Walker and Rebecca Kleefisch have large leads in recall election Marquette poll
Wisconsin hasn’t voted Republican for president since the Ronald Reagan landslide in 1984. 28 years later, the people of Wisconsin may finally do it again. The latest Marquette University poll of the Wisconsin governor recall election and November presidential election shows deep trouble for Democrats and especially Obama. The Scott Walker recall election is under three weeks away, June 5th. Scott Walker and Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch have significant leads over the Marxist Democrat challengers. The numbers from the Marquette poll are generally in line with other polls recently released, such as the Rasmussen poll. At the bottom of the report though shows something that might be more important. Mitt Romney and Obama are tied at 46% a piece in that poll. I don’t think Marquette’s poll is some sort of right wing biased poll either. I hate to say this, but maybe Dick Morris is right about a landslide for Mitt Romney. Obama can’t even win Wisconsin now with all his union thugs?
The presidential race has moved to a tie in Wisconsin, with Obama and Romney both at 46 percent among likely voters. In April Obama held a 4-point advantage over Romney among likely voters. Obama’s job approval is at 46 percent with 49 percent disapproval, down from a 50-46 point split in April.
Obama’s personal favorability in April was 49 percent favorable, 47 percent unfavorable, compared to a 55-43 split in April. Romney’s favorable rating is now 40 percent with 44 percent unfavorable. That continues a positive trend for Romney, from 33 percent favorable to 46 percent unfavorable in April, which was improved from February when his favorable rating fell to 27 percent, with 50 percent unfavorable.