Marquette University Law School poll shows small changes in presidential race

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MARQUETTE, Wis. (WLAX/WEUX) – New numbers in the latest Marquette University Law School poll show little movement in the race for The White House, even after each party’s National Convention and racial unrest in Kenosha.

Among likely Wisconsin voters, 47 percent say they’ll vote for Joe Biden. 43 percent say they’ll vote for Donald Trump.

Biden held a 5-point lead in early August, and a 6-point margin in June.

The poll also found small changes in recent weeks in attitudes toward protests against police shootings. The new results show 47 percent of registered voters approve of the protests, while 48 percent disapprove.

Approval of black lives matter protests barely changed following the recent events in Kenosha.

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