One month after the conventions wrapped up, the margin of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton's lead over GOP candidate Donald Trump has shrunk in Wisconsin.
The Marquette Law School poll says that Clinton has a 42 percent to 37 percent lead on Trump right now among registered voters,. That was a double digit lead during the last poll released a few weeks ago.
Among likely voters, Clinton's lead is even smaller - 3 percent (45 to 42 percent).
That is a 12 percent change from early August, when Clinton had a 52% to 37% lead just after the Democratic National Convention.
In registered voter results with four candidates are involved:
- Clinton 37 percent
- Trump 32 percent
- Gary Johnson (Libertarian) 11 percent
- Jill Stein (Green) 7 percent
The poll's Charles Franklin says that a "huge percentage" are not supporting any candidate.
In the U.S. Senate race, Russ Feingold - a former Senator and current Democratic challenger to Republican Ron Johnson - has a 46 to 42 percent lead among registered voters.
That lead has shrunk from six percent earlier this month (49 to 43).
Likely voters have Feingold at 48 percent, leading Johnson who has 45 percent.
The poll also said that 650 of 803 people would be "certain to vote."
Marquette says the poll has a plus/minus 4.5 percent margin of error for the "full sample."
The poll includes 803 registered Wisconsin voters whim Marquette contacted by landline and cell phone from August 25-28.