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64 Questions | 1 point | September 24-28, 20150 Comments

Marquette University conducted a survey of 803 Wisconsin registered voters between Sep 24 and Sep 28, 2015. Respondents were contacted by either Cellphone or Landline and instructed by a live operator. The results of this poll were released on Sep 20, 2015.

Results were provided for each of the 3 publicly acknowledged questions along with the order in which they were presented.

Question 20 | PreferenceView Matchup

If the election for U.S. Senator were being held today and the candidates were Ron Johnson the Republican and Russ Feingold (FINE-gold) the Democrat, for whom would you vote?

Feingold (D)Johnson (R)Don't KnowNeitherRefusedTotal
All50%
401.504
36.21%
290.736
6.63%
53.251
6.48%
52.053
0.68%
5.456
803
Registered
Female50.71%
216.76
34.91%
149.216
6.95%
29.717
6.84%
29.221
0.59%
2.522
53.23%
427.437
Male49.19%
184.743
37.68%
141.52
6.27%
23.534
6.08%
22.832
0.78%
2.934
46.77%
375.563
Democrat86.37%
340.131
5.55%
21.87
4.14%
16.314
3.35%
13.176
0.58%
2.295
49.04%
393.786
Independent32.11%
23.885
14.3%
10.638
31.64%
23.534
21.94%
16.318
09.26%
74.376
Republican11.35%
36.454
80.31%
257.833
1.86%
5.972
6.48%
20.788
039.98%
321.048

This question was presented to 803 registered voters from Wisconsin who were contacted in some undisclosed fashion. The margin of sampling error is ± 4.1%.

The question wording was provided by Marquette University.

Question 57 | PreferenceView Matchup

Looking ahead to the next presidential election, which of the following would you most like to see as the Democratic presidential candidate? (INTERVIEWER: READ LIST AND RECORD ONE ANSWER)

Clinton (D)Sanders (D)Biden (D)Don't KnowSomeone ElseO'Malley (D)Chafee (D)RefusedWebb (D)Total
All42.16%
166.037
29.73%
117.056
16.98%
66.877
7.81%
30.768
1.55%
6.095
1.03%
4.054
0.33%
1.307
0.22%
0.878
0394
Registered
Hispanic52.85%
15.56
43.38%
12.773
03.77%
1.109
000007.47%
29.442
Female42.57%
97.046
26.89%
61.299
18.18%
41.445
8.21%
18.716
2.67%
6.095
0.52%
1.188
0.57%
1.307
0.39%
0.878
0.31%
0.714
57.86%
227.974
Male41.61%
68.991
33.63%
55.757
15.34%
25.432
7.27%
12.053
01.73%
2.866
000.43%
0.714
42.08%
165.812
Blacks71.02%
23.376
1.33%
0.439
14.52%
4.778
10.77%
3.546
02.35%
0.775
0008.35%
32.915
Whites37.64%
117.564
32.75%
102.28
18.84%
58.844
6.97%
21.778
1.95%
6.095
0.92%
2.866
0.42%
1.307
0.28%
0.878
0.23%
0.714
79.27%
312.326

This question was presented to 394 registered voters from Wisconsin who were contacted in some undisclosed fashion. The margin of sampling error is ± 5.9%.

The question wording was provided by Marquette University.

Question 61 | PreferenceView Matchup

If the election for president were being held today and the candidates were Hillary Clinton the Democrat and Donald Trump the Republican, for whom would you vote?

Clinton (D)Trump (R)NeitherDon't KnowRefusedTotal
All49.81%
399.971
36.41%
292.377
9.29%
74.608
3.34%
26.786
1.15%
9.258
803
Registered
Female56.38%
241.009
29.91%
127.849
8.58%
36.678
3.96%
16.926
1.16%
4.975
53.23%
427.437
Male42.33%
158.962
43.81%
164.528
10.1%
37.93
2.63%
9.86
1.14%
4.283
46.77%
375.563
Democrat85.26%
335.753
9.31%
36.666
2.42%
9.547
2.82%
11.119
0.18%
0.702
49.04%
393.786
Independent30.37%
22.587
37.6%
27.964
23.33%
17.353
4.24%
3.151
4.47%
3.321
9.26%
74.376
Republican12.65%
40.599
70.82%
227.352
14.48%
46.496
1.71%
5.492
0.35%
1.109
39.98%
321.048

This question was presented to 803 registered voters from Wisconsin who were contacted in some undisclosed fashion. The margin of sampling error is ± 4.1%.

The question wording was provided by Marquette University.

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