Wisconsin: Thompson Leads Feingold, 43 to 39

Just over 43% of respondents said they would vote for Thompson – the former Republican governor who served from 1987 to 2001 before accepting an appointment from President George W. Bush to become secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Just over 39% said they would vote for Feingold, the Democratic senator who was first elected in 1992. Feingold’s current term expires next year and, so far, his sole announced challenger on the Republican side is David Westlake, a small business owner from Watertown.

Wisconsin Policy Research Institute

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