Marquette University Law School released a new poll for Wisconsin, which look great for the President and ok for Tammy Baldwin.


Obama (53%) leads Romney (42%). Not as big as the last Marquette margin of 14 points, but obviously holding steady in the 50% territory.

Baldwin (48%) still leads Thompson (44%), but not by as much as the last poll, where she held a 9 point lead.

A bit of analysis from the story.

Wisconsin independents support Obama over Romney 49 to 40 percent.

In the U.S. Senate race, Baldwin has the lead among women, 54 to 38 percent,  and Thompson has the lead among men, 50 to 41 percent.

Obama has a solid lead over Romney among women, 61-36 and Romney holds a slight lead over the president among men, 50-41 percent.

The poll was done Sept. 27-30. One-thousand registered voters were interviewed, and of those, there were 894 likely voters.

Read more: http://www.wisn.com/...

A quick update:
In case you had not heard...Obama will be in WI on Thursday after the debates for an afternoon rally in Madison. Should be a sea of people out to greet POTUS.
Obama In Wisconsn, Oct. 4, 2012
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