Joe Biden leads Donald Trump 49-44 in Marquette Law Poll
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A new Marquette Law School Poll Tuesday, Aug. 11, shows voters favor Joe Biden 49 percent and President Donald Trump 44 percent.
Six percent of voters say they will vote for neither, don’t know who they will vote for, or don’t want to give an opinion.
In June, among likely voters, Biden was supported by 50 percent and Trump by 44 percent, with 6 percent choosing neither. Biden had 49 percent in May and Trump 45 percent.
There is little difference between likely voters (Biden 49%, Trump 44%) and all registered voters (Biden 48%, Trump 42%). #mulawpoll— MULawPoll (@MULawPoll) August 11, 2020
The new poll also found that, as COVID-19 cases have gone up in the state, the percent of voters who are concerned personally has increased. With strong partisan differences, voters overall favor requiring masks be worn in public, but opinion is almost evenly decided on whether children should go to school in person at the start of the new school year.
The poll was conducted Aug. 4-9, 2020.
There is little difference in polling among registered voters, with Biden receiving 48 percent and Trump receiving 42 percent. In June, among all registered voters, Biden was supported by 49 percent and Trump by 41 percent.