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48% Of Wisconsin Voters Say They Will Vote Against Governor Walker

March 30, 2012

Latest poll shows tight recall race in Wisconsin.  No one has ever thought differently, but the poll shows just how close the numbers are in this highly divided state.

As for the recall contest of Republican Gov. Scott Walker, 46 percent of Wisconsin voters say they will support him in that race, while 48 percent indicate they’ll vote for the eventual Democratic candidate who will face off against the incumbent governor.

The approval rating for Walker – who sparked a firestorm of criticism in his effort to curb collective-bargaining rights for the state’s public-sector workers – sits at 48 percent approval, 48 percent disapproval. According to the poll, a majority of likely Republican voters say they’re following the recall more closely than the GOP presidential primary race, 51 percent to 37 percent.

 

2 Comments
  1. Dante permalink
    April 1, 2012 7:21 AM

    If the liberal union activist get their way and win the entitlement recall the people of Wisconsin once again become hostages to unions, we currently have a Governor who is working for all the people in the state, but soon we could have one that will be a puppet for the unions who will turn her back on the people and once again hand the state back into the hands of the unions, I believe in my heart the people in this state are not that stupid.

  2. windy33 permalink
    March 30, 2012 1:34 PM

    if we lose this wisconsin will never be a good honest state ever again. if people took a real good look at what walker is doing, he isn’t doing for the people he is doing only for the wealthy.

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