Trump's law and order message didn't have an impact on Wisconsin voters_ Poll

President Donald Trump's attempt to win Wisconsin voters' confidence has fallen flat as there was no improvement in voters' ratings. During his visit, Trump claimed for law and order restoration in Kenosha and accused Democrats of failing to safeguard the community from violence. As per the popular state poll released on Wednesday, voters showed no interest in agreeing with President Trump. The Marquette Law School poll showed Biden's lead over Trump for the second consecutive month in Wisconsin. Biden leads Trump by four percentage points, 47 percent to 43 percent for Trump. In their August month poll also Biden was ahead of Trump with 49 percent to 44.

The former vice president delivered a crucial speech in Pittsburgh last week, which was telecasted live by some cable news networks. During his speech, Biden unequivocally denounced the violent protests that started from the peaceful protests. Speaking about the incident, chair of the Kenosha County Democratic Party, Lori Hawkens, said - "People aren't as suspicious as Trump thinks they are. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden had a great message of healing and compassion. He's totally against looting and the fires. The unfair tactics put out by Trump aren't helping in influencing the voters as he had hoped." When asked about the handling of the protests, 36 percent of the voters approved that President Trump had handled the protests in the right way, and 54 percent of them disapproved. In comparison, 32 percent of them approved in August to 58 percent of disapproval.

Trump spokesman Tim Murtaugh tried to spin it in favor of the President. He said, "the incident clearly shows that President Trump stands with the police and law-abiding citizens of America. It is also important to note that Trump committed millions of dollars to help police and rebuild the businesses. Even President Trump took credit repeatedly for reducing the level of protests by activating National Guard troops. He tweeted, "If I didn't INSIST on having the National Guard activate and go into Kenosha, Wisconsin, there would be no Kenosha right now." The Marquette Law School poll had 802 registered voters and was conducted between August 30th to September 3rd with an error margin of plus or minus four percentage points.

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