Wisconsin Voters are evenly split on impeachment; Warren, Sanders, Biden lead the Democratic Primary in Wisconsin
Change Research Wisconsin Poll: September 29-October 2, 2019
When asked whether they support “voting to impeach President Trump, while also working on other priorities” 50% say they support, 46% say they oppose.
Elizabeth Warren (34%), Bernie Sanders (25%), and Joe Biden (11%) lead among Democratic primary voters in Wisconsin.
Change Research surveyed 1,280 likely general election voters in Wisconsin, including 663 Democratic primary voters, on questions related to top issues, the Democratic horse race, and more. This page contains a preview of the survey’s findings - inquire about purchasing the full poll.
Wisconsin voters are divided on impeachment
51% of voters support starting an impeachment inquiry into President Trump, “while also working on other priorities,” while 47% of voters oppose. The numbers are close to equal when asked whether voters support voting to impeach President Trump, “while also working on other priorities,” with 50% of voters in support, and 46% in opposition. Among these voters, 42% strongly support voting to impeach, and 43% strongly oppose.
Warren, Sanders, and Biden Lead the Democratic Primary in Wisconsin
Elizabeth Warren leads the Democratic primary in Wisconsin with 34%. Bernie Sanders (25%) and Joe Biden (11%) round out the top three. Pete Buttigieg (6%), Andrew Yang (3%), Kamala Harris (3%), and Tulsi Gabbard (3%) follow. All other candidates poll at 1% or less.
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Change Research surveyed 1,280 likely general election voters in Wisconsin. The margin of error as traditionally calculated is ± 2.7% for the full sample. Change Research reaches voters via targeted online ads that point people to an online survey instrument. Our Bias Correct Engine dynamically delivers large samples that accurately reflect the demographics of a population. Post-stratification was done on age, gender, ethnicity, region, 2016 primary and presidential vote, and self-reported social media use.