MILWAUKEE (WTAQ) - Two new polls show that President Obama still leads Republican Mitt Romney for Wisconsin’s 10 electoral votes in November.
The latest Marquette Law School poll released Wednesday gives the Democrat Obama a 51-43 percent lead over Romney. The same poll showed that Obama was up by six points in mid-June and eight points in May.
Obama also leads in Wisconsin in a survey released this week by the Public Policy Polling firm. That poll gives the president a 50-44 percent lead over the Republican Romney.
Both surveys of likely voters were conducted last Thursday through Sunday.
The Public Policy poll also showed that Wisconsin had mixed feelings about the U.S. Supreme Court ruling last week which upheld the Democrats’ national health care reform law.
46 percent of over 1,000 likely voters favored the ruling. 44 percent opposed it.