Latest Marquette University Law Poll Shows Evers and Michels; Johnson and Barnes in “coin toss” races

Friday, September 30, 2022 11:35 AM | WiSCA (Administrator)

The latest Marquette University Law Poll, which was conducted earlier this month and released on September14, shows incumbent Gov. Tony Evers (D) and Tim Michels (R) remain in a very tight race for governor, and incumbent U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R) and current Lt. Governor Mandela Barnes in a statistical dead heat for U.S. Senate. In the August Marquette Poll, Barnes was up 7-ponts over Johnson. Please find below highlights of the poll:

Wisconsin Governor’s Race:

·         Wisconsin Voters’ Preference for Governor:

o   Governor Tony Evers (Democrat):  47%

o   Tim Michels (Republicans):  44%

o   Joan Beglinger (Independent):  5%

NOTE:  Joan Beglinger ended her gubernatorial campaign on September 6, 2022 and endorsed Republican candidate Tim Michels.  However, her name will remain on the November general election ballot.

·         Evers Favorability:

o   Favorable:  45%

o   Unfavorable:  45%

o   Haven’t heard enough:  7%

o   Don’t know:  3%

·         Michels Favorability:

o   Favorable:  34%

o   Unfavorable:  39%

o   Haven’t heard enough:  19%

o   Don’t know:  8%

U.S. Senate Race:

·         Wisconsin Voters’ Preference for U.S. Senate:

o   U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (Republican):  49%

o   Lt. Governor Mandela Barnes (Democrat):  48%

·         Johnson Favorability:

o   Favorable:  39%

o   Unfavorable:  47%

o   Haven’t heard enough:  11%

o   Don’t know:  3%

·         Barnes Favorability:

o   Favorable:  33%

o   Unfavorable:  32%

o   Haven’t heard enough:  25%

o   Don’t know:  9%

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