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Most Wisconsinites do not support impeachment

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Most Wisconsinites do not support impeachment
Most Wisconsinites do not support impeachment

Wisconsin voters believe three Democratic candidates could beat out President Trump in the 2020 election.

Wisconsin voters believe three democratic candidates could beat out president trump in the 2020 election.

That's according to the latest marquette law school poll released yesterday.

Director of that poll, charles franklin, joins us now -- to talk more about the findings.

Former vice president joe biden is favored by 50 percent and trump by 44 percent, while 3 percent say they would not support either candidate and 3 percent say they don't know.

In august, biden received 51 percent and trump 42 percent.

Sen.

Bernie sanders receives 48 percent and trump 46 percent, with 4 percent supporting neither and 2 percent who don't know.

In august, sanders received 48 percent and trump 44 percent.

Sen.

Elizabeth warren is the choice of 47 percent and trump gets 46 percent, with 4 percent supporting neither and 2 percent saying they don't know.

In august, warren received 45 percent and trump 45 percent.

The poll also covered a number of state and national issues... including gun control.

What did you find?

A proposed mandatory buy-back of assault weapons from owners is opposed by 54 percent and supported by 42 percent, with 3 percent saying they don't know.

Those with a gun in the household tend to oppose such a policy while those without a gun in the household tend to support it, as shown in table 16.

There are partisan differences in views of an assault-weapon buy-back policy.

The poll also found most wisconsin voters do not support impeaching president trump.

A new marquette law school poll of wisconsin registered voters finds that 46 percent think that there is enough cause now for congress to hold hearings on impeachment of president donald trump, while 49 percent say there is not enough cause and 5 percent say they do not know.

When asked if trump should be impeached and removed from office, 44 percent say that trump should be removed, 51 percent say he should not be impeached and removed and 4 percent say they don't know.

Things got pretty exciting on capitol hill yesterday when republicans tried to storm a room where impeachment depositions were being held.... held.... at this point, where do you see the investigation going?

Live at four will be right back... live at four will

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