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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

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PPP: Walker trails Feingold, Barrett in hypothetical match ups

Gov. Scott Walker trails both Russ Feingold and Tom Barrett in mythical head-to-head match ups, according to a new survey from the Dem firm Public Policy Polling.

The poll also found the guv’s approval rating at 43 percent vs. 54 percent who disapprove. Those numbers are slightly worse than the 46-52 split PPP found in February at the beginning of the collective bargaining fight.

Half of those surveyed would support recalling Walker, while 47 percent are opposed.

If there was an election held today, Walker would trail Feingold 52-42 and Barrett 50-43. PPP said the difference between the two numbers is largely due to Feingold being better known across the state than Barrett.

While Walker continues to poll well with Republicans, his split with independents is 40-56 compared to 45-53 in February.

The automated phone survey of 1,636 Wisconsin voters was conducted May 19-22 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 2.4 percentage points.

See the polling memo.

-- By Staff


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