Wisconsin state primaries are to be held on Tuesday, 7th of April. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Democratic party of the state agreed to postpone the elections. Although the elections are postponed, surveys take place before every primary as usual. In the latest poll in Wisconsin, Joe Biden is leading by a considerable margin over Bernie Sanders. Former Vice President has been leading in every state primary and polls since his loss in Nevada to Bernie Sanders.
With way too many losses in the last month, Bernie Sanders needs to put up a strong performance to improve his chances of a comeback slightly. In 2016, Sanders beat then Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in the state of Wisconsin by 14 percentage points. Due to the spread of the virus, many were not interested in taking part in voting. But among those who are interested, the poll from the Marquette Law School shows Joe Biden leading the primary to Sanders by 62 percent to 34 percent. Four percent of the voters weren’t clear in their choice or declined to answer. The breakdown of the Wisconsin voters is similar to that of the other states. Sanders is popular among the young voters under age 30 and leads Biden, 73 percent to 27 percent. However, Biden has a stronghold on the rest of the age groups. Biden has a 3 point advantage among voters aged 30 to 44 and authoritative 43 point lead among 45-59 ages. He leads the highest among the age groups of 60 and older with a 72 point advantage.
President Trump receives a meager 51 percent approval for his re-election while 46 percent disapprove of him being the President. In the same poll, Biden leads Trump by three advantage points, 48 percent to 45 percent, while Sanders concedes defeat by 2 points. Trump leads Sanders with 47 to 45 percentage points.
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