Trump, Biden neck and neck in Wisconsin: Poll

President Biden and former President Trump are neck and neck in Wisconsin, new polling shows.

A Marquette Law School Poll survey of Wisconsin voters found Trump with 51 percent support among surveyed voters to Biden’s 49 percent.

That 2-point split is within the poll’s margin of error of plus or minus 4.8 percentage points — but it shows Trump with a slight leg up since January, when the poll found the former president and Biden tied at 49 percent each among registered Wisconsinites.

Polling averages from The Hill/Decision Desk HQ show Trump up by 1 percentage point in the state.

Wisconsin is one of a handful of key battleground states that could decide the 2024 election. Trump won the state back in 2016, but Biden won it in 2020 — though it was his narrowest Midwest win that year.

Democrats are counting on the Badger State as part of the “blue wall” in the Midwest, along with Michigan and Pennsylvania, to boost Biden in a 2024 rematch with Trump.

Biden easily won this year’s Democratic primary in Wisconsin — but notably saw nearly 50,000 voters cast their ballots for an “uninstructed” delegation, adding to a progressive-led push for protest votes that has cropped up in several states amid frustration over the administration’s handling of Israel’s war with Hamas in Gaza.

The Marquette Law School Poll survey was conducted April 3-10 among 814 Wisconsin registered voters and had a margin of error of plus or minus 4.8 percentage points.

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