According to Marquette polls, Wisconsin is split after impeachment and elections

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According to Marquette polls, Wisconsin is split after impeachment and elections

Posted: Jan 16, 2020 / 09:25 CST / Updated: Jan 16, 2020 / 09:25 CST

The latest edition of the Marquette Law poll was released, keeping Wisconsin voters informed about the latest developments in Iran, the democratic primary and impeachment.

While impeachment proceedings against Trump are due to start next week, the Wisconsinites are divided over whether the Senate should condemn the President or not. 44 percent said the Senate should condemn and remove Trump, 49 percent said they should clear the president of the indictment.

Political scientist John Frank says the disagreement over impeachment is a harbinger of how the November election could be.

“It’s all wrong,” said Frank. “And so I think the Marquette impeachment poll shows that Wisconsin is fairly well divided in the middle. As we expected, we saw it in 2016 and we will split in the middle until the 2020 elections. That said, there will probably only be a few thousand votes that will decide. “