The latest Marquette University Law School Poll released on Wednesday shows Wisconsin voters remain steady in their views since last month’s polling.
The latest sampling comes in the aftermath of the police shooting of Jacob Blake, as well as both major political conventions in August.
According to the poll, Joe Biden leads President Trump 47% to 43% among likely Wisconsin voters. It was Biden 49% and Trump 44% in early August.
The poll this month included Libertarian candidate Jo Jorgensen for the first time. She received 4% of support among likely voters.
The newest polling found a minimal change in opinion on protests. The results show 47% of registered voters approve of the protests, while 48% disapprove.
That’s almost no change from early August where 48% approved of protests and 48% also disapproved.
Those numbers are still down from polling in mid-June, after the death of George Floyd, which saw 61% of voters approved protests and 36% disapproved.
Approval of President Trump’s response to protests rose among Republicans after his visit to Kenosha. There was only a slight shift among other voters.
Other results of the poll show parents of school age children have grown more uncomfortable with kids going to school in person since last month.