While her lead among likely and registered voters in Wisconsin appears to have shrunk, the latest Marquette University Law School poll shows presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton ahead of presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.
The poll, released Wednesday, showed Clinton with a 43-37 lead over Trump among registered voters, and ahead 45-41 among likely voters. The results among both groups saw the gap between Clinton and Trump shrink, compared to a similar poll released in June. Another 11 percent of registered voters said the do not plan to vote for either candidate.
The results also show many voters still have highly unfavorable views of both candidates. Clinton was viewed unfavorably by 58 percent of respondents, while 63 percent said the same about Trump. The favorability ratings for both were within a just few points of where they were in June.
The poll was conducted July 7-10, shortly after news broke that Clinton would not face any charges as a result of an FBI probe into her use of a private email server to send classified information during her tenure as Secretary of State.