You have to hand it to Wisconsin's electorate: they are passionate about their politics. When we first polled the Dairy State's voters about Republican Gov. custodia morbida galaxy s7 Scott Walker's plummeting approval ratings, many right-leaning types let the blogosphere know how We Ask America's minions are leaving a ring around the world's gene pool. Not to be outdone, our May 13 poll showing Democrat Tom Barrett trailing Walker in their June 5 recall election brought out some equally interesting diatribes from a handful of left-leaning readers. custodia samsung galaxy note 3 neo Our favorite: an email suggesting that we should develop carnal relationships with rusty farm implements. The latest hub-bub died down a bit soon after when a Marquette Law School poll was released showing results within the margin of error of ours. Despite the high emotions, its time again to ask Wisconsin voters whether they intend to retain Republican Scott Walker as their governor, or if they prefer Democrat Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett instead. We asked 1,409 likely voters that question the evening of May 23. Here's what they said: [table id=113 /] *The head-to-head results were weighted to correct for over-/under-sampling of the gender and age bracket areas. samsung galaxy s7 edge custodia flip The weighting changed the final results by less than one percentage point. In brief, here are the questions we asked:
- Do you plan to vote in the June 5th election? (Negative responses were dropped)
- If the election were held today, for whom would you vote? (Barrett/Walker options rotated)
- Are you or any member of your household a member of a public employee union household?