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42 Questions | 1 point | August 13-16, 20150 Comments

Marquette University conducted a survey of 802 Wisconsin registered voters between Aug 13 and Aug 16, 2015. Respondents were contacted by either Cellphone or Landline and instructed by a live operator. The results of this poll were released on Aug 20, 2015.

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

Question 18 | 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
All46.85%
375.751
41.65%
334.025
6.15%
49.308
4.67%
37.457
0.68%
5.459
802
Registered
Female52.53%
224.259
34.56%
147.526
7.25%
30.955
4.72%
20.171
0.94%
3.994
53.23%
426.905
Male40.39%
151.492
49.72%
186.499
4.89%
18.353
4.61%
17.285
0.39%
1.465
46.77%
375.095
Democrat84.14%
322.91
6.59%
25.309
4.86%
18.64
4.4%
16.903
047.85%
383.762
Independent39.5%
29.714
18.79%
14.139
27.23%
20.484
11.24%
8.453
3.24%
2.437
9.38%
75.228
Republican6.89%
23.127
86.7%
291.05
2.81%
9.423
3.6%
12.1
041.86%
335.701

This question was presented to 802 registered voters from Wisconsin who were contacted in some undisclosed fashion. The margin of sampling error is ± 4.3%.

The question wording was provided by Marquette University.

Question 37 | PreferenceView Matchup

Looking ahead to the next presidential election, which of the following would you most like to see as the Democratic presidential candidate?

Clinton (D)Sanders (D)Biden (D)Don't KnowSomeone ElseO'Malley (D)Webb (D)Chafee (D)RefusedTotal
All44.4%
170.39
32.25%
123.745
11.68%
44.825
8.82%
33.857
1.16%
4.45
0.57%
2.195
0.54%
2.077
0.47%
1.802
0396
Registered
Hispanic40.99%
3.072
7.35%
0.551
34.91%
2.616
4.72%
0.354
0002.95%
0.221
01.89%
7.494
Female50.63%
116.96
27.33%
63.144
11.33%
26.183
8.76%
20.226
0.51%
1.179
0.41%
0.939
0.42%
0.972
0.42%
0.98
0.18%
0.421
58.33%
231.006
Male34.98%
53.43
39.67%
60.601
12.2%
18.642
8.92%
13.631
2.14%
3.271
0.82%
1.255
0.72%
1.105
0.54%
0.823
0.28%
0.421
38.57%
152.756
Blacks72.24%
13.633
1.97%
0.372
14.91%
2.814
5.48%
1.034
6.25%
1.179
02.21%
0.417
004.77%
18.871
Whites43.09%
145.446
33.41%
112.772
11.59%
39.116
0.13%
0.455
0.97%
3.271
0.65%
2.195
0.2%
0.688
0.47%
1.581
085.23%
337.502

This question was presented to 396 registered voters from Wisconsin who were contacted in some undisclosed fashion. The margin of sampling error is ± 6.1%.

The question wording was provided by Marquette University.

Question 41 | 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
All51.06%
409.504
35.39%
283.816
9.79%
78.487
2.78%
22.309
0.98%
7.885
802
Registered
Female59.49%
253.972
27.4%
116.985
9.08%
38.784
2.39%
10.212
1.63%
6.951
53.23%
426.905
Male41.46%
155.532
44.48%
166.831
10.58%
39.703
3.22%
12.096
0.25%
0.933
46.77%
375.095
Democrat95.04%
216.142
3.52%
7.997
0.63%
1.429
0.82%
1.861
028.36%
227.428
Independent46.75%
155.533
37.29%
124.082
11.79%
39.239
3.72%
12.39
0.44%
1.479
41.49%
332.724
Republican12.84%
27.59
69.5%
149.296
14.7%
31.585
2.27%
4.879
0.68%
1.461
26.78%
214.81

This question was presented to 802 registered voters from Wisconsin who were contacted in some undisclosed fashion. The margin of sampling error is ± 4.3%.

The question wording was provided by Marquette University.

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