The Wisconsin poll was the true oddity of the day. This is a Gravis poll done for the Conservative group "TownHall.com" early last week. The poll gives the Democratic challenger a 5% lead over incumbent Governor Scott Walker. There appears to be a typo in the poll (which you can find here). The poll states Registered voters at the top, but all respondents stated they were either very likely or somewhat likely to vote. So the poll appears to actually be a likely voter poll even though the top first page says otherwise.
Democrats have also pulled the generic average tighter. In today's Rasmussen poll, they have a 1 point edge over the GOP.
Tomorrow we will have a Gubernatorial poll from Rasmussen as well as (likely) a Generic Ballot poll from CNN/ORC. PPP will also be out tomorrow with their Iowa and Louisiana polls of which show "small GOP leads in each." Finally, on Wednesday, we will have a new MULaw poll out of Wisconsin. We will see then where that one lands in comparison to the poll released today by the conservative organization mentioned above.
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