Via Up North News:
Sen. Ron Johnson gets the highest unfavorability rating in the survey’s nine-year history.
There are some people in Wisconsin who follow every development in the 2022 races for governor and US Senate, but the latest Marquette Law School poll shows that number is still quite tiny.
The survey of 802 Wisconsin voters, conducted in the final days of February, shows about half of Democrats don’t yet know who they’ll support in the Senate primary to run against Sen. Ron Johnson, and about half of Republicans don’t yet know who they’ll support in the primary to run against Gov. Tony Evers.
Even among those who said they are enthusiastic about voting in these races, 43% have no preferred candidate.
In fact, of the two most widely known candidates, 50% say they don’t have an opinion on former Republican Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleifisch, who’s hoping to run against Evers—and 62% don’t have an opinion on current Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, who’s hoping to run against Johnson.