MILWAUKEE — The Marquette Law School Poll will release the results of its new statewide survey with an in-person presentation by Charles Franklin, poll director, Wednesday, June 22 at 12:15 p.m. at the Lubar Center of Eckstein Hall at Marquette Law School. .
A full press release and polling data, including key lines, crosstabs and discussion slides, will be available on the Marquette Law School Survey Website following the event at 1:15 p.m.
The program will be available for live streaming on the Marquette Law School website. The event is open to members of the general public at no charge; registration is mandatory and is available online.
With the return to in-person programming, media availability will include an in-person interview panel after the program. Additional virtual and phone interviews with Franklin will be available in the afternoon. Media interested in attending or scheduling an interview should contact Kevin Conway, Associate Director of University Communications, at [email protected] in advance.
The Marquette Law School Poll’s June survey of Wisconsin examines preferences in the Republican and Democratic primaries in August in the races for governor and the U.S. Senate, as well as potential party clashes in the November election for these offices. The poll includes public opinions on candidates and office holders, including approval ratings for President Joe Biden and Governor Tony Evers, as well as favor ratings for Senator Ron Johnson, Senator Tammy Baldwin, of former President Donald Trump, gubernatorial candidates, and candidates for the US Senate.
The survey also examines the extent of Wisconsin voters’ concerns about inflation, gun violence, transgender rights and politics, water quality, and PFAS regulation and management.
The Marquette Law School survey is the largest statewide survey project in Wisconsin history. Franklin has led the poll since its inception in 2012 and is a professor of law and public policy at Marquette Law School. He co-founded survey.com, an award-winning site for analyzing non-partisan polls. Franklin is a past president of the Society for Political Methodology and an elected member of the society; he holds a doctorate. in political science from the University of Michigan.