U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson’s favorability was underwater among Wisconsin voters in Marquette University Law School’s statewide poll released today.
The Oshkosh Republican, who’s yet to announce whether he’ll seek a third term in 2022, was at 35 percent favorable and 42 percent unfavorable among registered voters in Wisconsin, with 23 percent having no opinion.
In October’s poll, Johnson was at 38 percent favorable, 36 percent unfavorable and 26 percent no opinion.
Today’s poll was the first Wisconsin poll the school released this year.
Meanwhile, U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin also saw her favorability rating slip, with 40 percent reporting a favorable view, 39 percent unfavorable and 21 percent no opinion. The Madison Democrat was at 44 percent favorable and 36 percent unfavorable in October’s poll.
Forty-nine percent of registered voters surveyed approved of the job President Joe Biden is doing, while 46 percent disapproved. That mirrors the 49-46 split for his favorable-unfavorable rating in October.
This poll included interviews with 807 registered Wisconsin voters by landline or cell phone Aug. 3-8. The margin of error was plus or minus 3.8 percentage points.