Public Policy Polling (PPP) has Walker with a three point lead over Tom Barrett (50-47) in its final poll prior to voting tomorrow in the Wisconsin Governor recall election. That's just barely outside the 2.8% margin of error. Barrett had a slight lead 48-46 over Walker among independent voters. Walker leads among men, whites, seniors, and voters in the Milwaukee suburbs. Barrett leads among women, minorities, young votes and those in Milwaukee county and greater Madison. T
PPP says Walker is still the favorite to win but that Barrett’s prospects for an upset look better. The race may completely come down to turnout. Bad news is that Walker supporters seem to be more excited about voting.
An earlier poll by Angus Reid Public Opinion had Walker leading Barrett 53% to 47% with a margin of error of 4.3%.
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