Great partisan divide in latest Marquette Law School poll
President Trump’s numbers vastly different amount Rep. and Dems.
Extreme partisanship is alive and well and shows up in big bold numbers in the latest Marquette University Law School poll.
The poll, released Wednesday, measures public perception on Donald Trump, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, health care and climate change, among other things.
The starkest divide comes among voters in relation to President Trump.
He has a 41-percent approval rate statewide and a 51-percent disapproval rate. But, among Republicans, Trump’s approval rates among registered voters is 85 percent. Among Democrats, it’s just 3 percent, while 95 percent disapprove.
As for Gov. Walker, he’s at a 48-percent approval rate statewide among registered voters. The same number also disapprove of the job he’s doing.
And, in health care, the same poll shows more than half of registered voters want to keep the current law – the Affordable Care Act – on the books and improve it. Meanwhile, 34 percent want to get rid of the ACA with some of those responding not looking to replace the law with anything else.
View the entire poll here.