The latest Marquette University Law School poll shows Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s lead among likely Wisconsin voters is holding relatively steady.
The poll released Wednesday shows Clinton with a 44 to 42 percent lead against Republican nominee Donald Trump among likely voters. That was down slightly from a 45-42 lead for Clinton in poll results released in late August. About 12 percent of those responding said they would not vote for either candidate or remain undecided.
Expanding the field to include Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party nominee Jill Stein, Clinton continued to lead among likely voters at 41 percent. Trump was at 38 percent, Johnson at 11, and Stein at two. The numbers were unchanged for Clinton and Trump from the late August poll, while Johnson saw a slight gain and Stein lost two points.
The poll of 802 registered voters, 667 of which classified themselves as likely voters, was conducted September 15-18. It has a margin of error of +/- 4.8 points among likely voters.