Clinton Leads by 15 in Wisconsin; Marquette Poll Finds

August 10, 2016

Hillary Clinton continues to get good news in the polls. Today it is from Wisconsin. The mid-August release of the well-respected Marquette Law poll gives her a 15 point lead over Donald Trump, a gain of 11 points from mid-July. Including 3rd parties, the lead remains well into double digits.

Wisconsin last voted Republican in the Reagan landslide of 1984. Barack Obama won by 7 points in 2012.

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