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Mid-October Marquette Poll: Still Unable to Predict Who Might Win Wisconsin Race for Governor

Less than three weeks before Election Day, Gov. Walker and Dem. Mary Burke are tied among likely voters, so are the candidates for attorney general.

Likely voters are those who intend to vote.

According to the latest Marquette Law School Poll, released Wednesday, 47% of likely voters favor Walker and 47% prefer Burke. Another four percent say they are undecided while about one percent plan to vote for another candidate. The poll's margin of error among likely voters is +/- 3.5%.

When it comes to registered voters, Walker leads Burke 48%-45%. The margin of error for registered voters is +/-3.2%.

Two weeks ago, Walker had a slight lead over Burke in both categories.

In the race for Attorney General between Dem. Susan Happ and Rep. Brad Schimel, likely voters are tied at 42%, with another 16% still undecided.

Among registered voters, Happ and Schimel each received the support of 39% of the respondent, with 19% still undecided.

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