Walker 5 points behind in new poll

In a poll released Friday by Emerson College, Gov. Scott Walker does not look to be in great shape for Tuesday’s showdown, with Tony Evers in the lead by five points among likely voters. On the plus side for Walker is that this is down from a seven-point lead Evers maintained in an Emerson poll from July. >  THE WEEK

Walker, Evers tied in final Marquette poll of 2018 campaign

Days before Tuesday’s election, Republican Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Tony Evers are tied among likely voters, according to the final Marquette Law School Poll of the 2018 campaign. Walker and Evers, the state superintendent of public schools, each have 47 percent support in the poll released Wednesday. > Wisconsin State Journal

Marquette Poll: Baldwin maintains double-digit lead over Vukmir

Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin still holds a double-digit lead over her Republican challenger, state Sen. Leah Vukmir, less than a week before Election Day. The results come from the Marquette Law School’s last poll before the Nov. 6 election. > Cap Times

Baldwin leads Vukmir by double digits in new poll; Evers has small lead over Walker


Democrat Tony Evers has a 3-point lead over Gov. Scott Walker among likely voters, and U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin leads state Sen. Leah Vukmir by 15 points, according to results of a recent Ipsos poll conducted Oct. 12-18. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

‘Unprecedented’ Wisconsin gender gap found ahead of midterms

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President Donald Trump’s approval rating among Wisconsin men has climbed to an all-time high at 59 percent, while his approval among women in the state stands at a paltry 39 percent, according to a new poll. The gap is reportedly the largest in the history of Marquette Law Schools’ polling. > Roll Call

Walker trails in re-election bid, while Baldwin has a big lead in latest NBC News/Marist poll

Gov. Scott Walker faces a double-digit hole in his re-election bid against Democratic challenger Tony Evers, according to a poll released Thursday. Meanwhile, U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin has a comfortable cushion as she defends her seat against Republican state Sen. Leah Vukmir, the NBC News/Marist College survey found. > CNBC

New Marquette poll finds Walker, Evers statistically tied in governor’s race

Gov. Scott Walker has erased his deficit against Democrat Tony Evers in the latest Marquette Law School Poll, with the two in a statistical tie less than a month before the Nov. 6 election. The poll results released Wednesday found Walker getting 47 percent support among likely voters, compared to 46 percent for Evers. > Wisconsin State Journal