President Trump’s favorable rating is upside down in Wisconsin three month into his term, according to a new poll.
The survey of 713 likely midterm voters in Wisconsin found 40 percent have a favorable view of the president, while 47 percent do not.
It was part of a research project by Firehouse Strategies, comprised of GOP consultants Terry Sullivan, Alex Conant and Will Holley, and the firm 0ptimus. An eight-page overview of the poll was given to Axios.
The project looked at Florida, Wisconsin, Ohio and Pennsylvania, finding the president had the worst numbers in the Badger state. He was abo...