Wednesday, April 4, 2012

In Wisconsin Polls, Hints at Leanings for November -

The fairly moderate electorate in Wisconsin provides a particular window into swing state characteristics that are being intensely studied by both parties as they eye the general election cycle later this year. In Tuesday’s Republican primary, voters chose the economy as more important than social issues and the ability to defeat President Obama as the top qualification in a candidate. … Tuesday’s exit poll in Wisconsin showed that Republican primary voters overwhelmingly — by about 8 in 10 — approve of Mr. Walker’s job as governor. The NBC/Marist poll found approval for Mr. Walker evenly split.

In Wisconsin Polls, Hints at Leanings for November -

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