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Only 29 Points?

Well, this was expected news.  Of course, with the path Kelda Roys is on, this very well could be 40 points by election day.

A poll from Mark Pocan’s campaign had the Madison lawmaker up almost 30 points on rival Kelda Roys in the Dem primary for the 2nd CD.

The survey found 50 percent of those polled backed Pocan, compared to 21 percent for Roys, 4 percent for Matt Silverman and 2 percent for Dennis Hall. Twenty-one percent of respondents were undecided.

According to a polling memo Pocan sent to supporters and obtained by WisPolitics.com, 48 percent of Dem primary voters had a favorable impression of Pocan, compared to 6 percent who had a negative impression.

Twenty-five percent of those polled had a favorable impression of Roys, compared to 8 percent who did not.

The poll was conducted July 24-25 by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research Inc. It surveyed 401 registered and likely Dem primary voters and had a margin of error of plus or minus 4.9 percentage points.

Greenberg Quinlan Rosner was also polling firm used by the union front group “We Are Wisconsin” (Now with offices closing throughout most of the state…).  They were the ones fronting out numbers saying it was tied between Barrett and Walker while most independent polling was showing the race wasn’t even close.

Few political insiders I’ve spoken too think that primary will be close at all.

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