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Public Policy Polling (pdf). 2-23/26. Wisconsin voters. MoE 3.3±%. (10/20-23 results):

Kathleen Falk (D): 48 (41)
Scott Walker (R-i): 47 (49)
Undecided: 5 (10)
Tom Barret (D): 49 (46)
Scott Walker (R-i): 46 (48)
Undecided: 5 (6)
Scott Walker (R-i): 46
Kathleen Vinehount (D): 44
Undecided: 5 (10)
Goal Thermometer

The Democratic candidates most likely to take on Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker in the upcoming recall election have significantly improved their standing since PPP last surveyed the race in late October. Former Dane County Executive Kathleen Falk, the current favorite for the nomination among the announced candidates, has shown particular improvement by transforming an eight-point deficit into a razor-thin one-point lead.

There is every reason to expect an extremely close race in Wisconsin. As the most polarizing governor in America, Walker is almost as loved by Wisconsin Republicans as he is loathed by Wisconsin Democrats. As such, this is the sort of campaign where factors like grassroots energy and base turnout may well prove more important than swing voter persuasion.

Let's make it happen. Please, give $6 to the Democratic Party of Wisconsin to recall Scott Walker.

Originally posted to Chris Bowers on Tue Feb 28, 2012 at 10:11 AM PST.

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