Trump Tied with Biden in Battleground Wisconsin: Poll

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by Ben Whedon


Former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden are locked in a tight race to claim Wisconsin, should both become their respective parties’ nominees in the 2024 White House race.

The pair earned 49% each in a recent Marquette Law School Poll of registered voters, when undecided respondents were asked to choose. Trump held a narrow edge of 50% to 49% among likely voters. Among independent registered voters, Biden led Trump 49% to 42%.

Trump’s lead expanded when the field included independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., independent candidate Cornel West, and Green Party candidate Jill Stein. In that field, Trump earned 40%, Biden earned 37%, Kennedy took 16%, Stein took 4%, and West earned 2%.

Notably, former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley commanded a stronger lead over Biden in a head-to-head matchup, earning 57% to his 41%. Haley remains the sole challenger of significance to Trump in the GOP primary.

Reacting to the results, Haley posted on X that “[a] new poll confirms: I wipe the floor with Joe Biden in a general election, while the best Trump can do is eke out a statistical tie.”

She does, however, trail considerably in the primary polls and on Tuesday lost to “none of these candidates” in the Nevada GOP primary, which did not feature Trump on the ballot.

In the Marquette survey, Trump led Haley for the GOP nomination with 64% support to her 22%.

Conducted Jan. 24-31, the survey questioned 930 Wisconsin registered voters and has a margin of error of +/- 4.2%. The primary results had a margin of error of 6.4%.

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Ben Whedon is an editor and reporter for Just the News. Follow him on X, formerly Twitter.
Photo “Joe Biden” by President Joe Biden.





Reprinted with permission from Just the News 

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