Wisconsin Democratic Polls 2016: Clinton With Slight Edge

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Bernie Sanders will look to catch Hillary Clinton in Wisconsin. (Getty)

The Democratic candidates have a slightly longer than normal break between nominating events. Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will have over a week between nominating events after their stop out west.

The Wisconsin primary takes place on Tuesday, April 5. There are 96 delegates at stake.

Wisconsin is one of the Midwestern states Sanders hopes to win. The early polling numbers show a tight race between the candidates.

RealClear Politics gives a slight edge to Clinton in the average of the early polls. The primary is expected to be an extremely close race.

Here’s a look at the latest Wisconsin Democratic polls.


RealClear Politics Average

RealClear Politics keeps a running average of the Wisconsin polls. The average includes data from the Emerson poll conducted March 20-22 and the Marquette poll conducted February 18-21.

CANDIDATE VOTE%
Hillary Clinton 46.5
Bernie Sanders 44.0

Emerson

The Emerson poll was conducted March 20-22. It has a margin of error of 4.6 percentage points.

CANDIDATE VOTE%
Hillary Clinton 50
Bernie Sanders 44

Marquette

The Marquette poll was conducted February 18-21. It has a margin of error of 6.9 percentage points.

CANDIDATE VOTE%
Bernie Sanders 44
Hillary Clinton 43

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174 Comments

cornersss

“RealClear Politics gives a slight edge to Clinton in the average of the early polls. The primary is expected to be an extremely close race.”

Wow. It wasnt close at all, again.

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