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Biden lead over Trump remains steady in latest state poll

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MILWAUKEE (WKOW) -- A new Marquette Law School Poll finds that amid major developments on the campaign trail, there has been little change in Wisconsin voters' presidential preferences.

(See the poll results on Twitter HERE.)

Among Wisconsin likely voters, 46% say they will vote for Joe Biden, 41% say they will vote for Donald Trump and 4% for Libertarian Jo Jorgensen in presidential election.

A month ago, it was Biden 47%, Trump 43%, Jorgensen 4%. In early August, it was Biden 49% and Trump 44% (Jorgensen not included then). In June, it was Biden 50%, Trump 44%.

Who did the best in the first presidential debate?

According to the poll, among registered voters, 41% say Biden, 20% say Trump, while 14% say both did badly.

There were substantial differences by partisanship in perceptions of the first debate.

Among Republicans, 41% say Trump did better, 9% say Biden did. Among Democrats, it’s Biden 76%, Trump 1%.

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