WISCONSIN — A new Marquette Law Poll has been released, and it shows former Vice President Joe Biden still leading over President Donald Trump among 749 likely voters in Wisconsin.
According to the new poll, Biden is leading President Trump by five points. Biden currently has 48 percent of the likely votes, while President Trump has 43 percent, and Libertarian candidate Jo Jorgensen has 2 percent, with a margin of error of +/- 4.4 percent. Eight percent of likely voters said they were undecided or had no choice.
The numbers have been pretty consistent in Wisconsin, with Biden leading by six points in September and five points in early October. The decrease by one point came after the first presidential debate.
This is the last Marquette Law Poll before the election on Nov. 3.
Among likely voters, the poll found 91 percent said their minds are made up and 6 percent said they may change their minds.
The poll also stated that among likely voters who have already voted, 64 percent of them have voted for Biden, 25 percent for Trump and 2 percent for Jorgensen. Of those who have not voted, 35 percent said they support Biden, 56 percent support Trump and 3 percent support Jorgensen.
The MU Law poll also surveyed respondents on Gov. Tony Evers and Wisconsin's legislature. According to the poll, 50 percent of respondents said that they approve of the governor's overall job, while 43 percent said they disapprove, and 7 percent said they don't know.
Regarding the legislature's overall job, 36 percent of respondents meanwhile said they approve, 50 percent said they disapprove and 13 percent said they didn't know.
For Wisconsin's senators, the poll found that 38 percent found Sen. Ron Johnson favorable, while 36 percent found him unfavorable. The poll found 44 percent of respondents said they found Sen. Tammy Baldwin as favorable, while 36 percent found her unfavorable.
The MU Poll also asked questions about policing and Black Lives Matter in Wisconsin. About 80 percent of respondents said they view the police as favorable, while 12 percent said they view the police as unfavorable. About 47 percent view the Black Lives Matter movement as favorable, while 39 percent said they view the movement as unfavorable.
The poll found that Trump's handling of the economy is strong, but his management of the pandemic and protests is more controversial. About 40 percent strongly approve of the president's handling of the economy, 11 percent somewhat approve, 11 percent somewhat disapprove and 36 percent said strongly disapprove.
About 40 percent said they approve of Trump's handing of protests, 54 percent said they disapprove and 6 percent said they don't know. About 40 percent said they approve of Trump's handling of coronavirus, 58 percent they disapprove and 2 percent said they don't know.