The latest We Ask America poll has Governor Scott Walker up nine points against Democrat candidate Tom Barrett.

We Ask America interviewed 1,219 likely Wisconsin voters who they plan to elect on June 5 for the poll.
Via HotAir:

While other polls also show Walker in the lead, no one is suggesting that this race is anywhere near over. Walker only leads among self-described Independent voters by 47.6%-44.6%, and the underlying numbers seem fluid. Still, some of Walker’s detractors have been vocal about the fact that Walker was duly elected in 2010 and in most states would not be able to be challenged with a recall without greater cause. And a whopping 95% of those called said they plan to vote in the June 5th election which will have the national spotlight on it.

The recall election is in three weeks.



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  1. Q. When was the last time a DEMOCRAT ever called for a tax decrease in order (1) to decrease the size and reach of government and (2) to allow taxpayers to keep more of their own money?

    A. I don’t RECALL.


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  4. This makes me as happy as the Obama is the first gay president magazine cover.

  5. Great news so far, but keep in mind folks, Chicago is not that far from the Wisconsin border. Anyone reading this that lives in Wisconsin, keep your eyes out for the motor coach buses headed north on I-94 from Chicago to Wisconsin on June 5th.

    I wouldn’t put anything past the Alinsky Unions, and the Jack Ass Party.

  6. ++

    Congratulations SW!!

    damn shame it costs small fortunes to beat
    our overly corrupted systems these days.. :mad:


  7. No one wants to talk about the negative effects of abandoning their responsibilities by fleeing the state, trashing the capital building, threatening law makers and counter demonstrators, and forcing the expense of two recall elections right after an election. Importing thugs from out of state to intimidate Wisconsin citizens more than likely just incensed them. Good ideas sell themselves without the use of force, no gang of thugs are needed.

  8. When this is over and Walker wins, the democrap party and every union involved should be handed a bill for the full cost of this fiasco!

  9. Turns out Wisconsin will save the nation – and I really believe this as much as Senator Paul Ryan (R-WI) does:

    People in Wisconsin are ITCHING TO PULL THE LEVER for Walker on June 5 and then – they will come out in droves to pull the lever against Obama in November.

    “June 5, that’s the day we save Wisconsin” Senator Paul Ryan said at the Wisconsin GOP Convention last week. “Nov 6, that’s the day Wisconsin saves America.

    Oh – yeah –

    Last Thursday it was reported to a very few (you know how the Lamestream Media would NEVER tell the citizens this news) that in 18 months Governor Walker has turned a 3.6 billion deficit (that he inherited from the corrupt Dem Governor Doyle who had state employees on forced furloughs) into a state surplus.

  10. ++

    re: #6 May 14, 2012 at 1:47 pm bg

    overly = overtly

    eh, both are applicable..


  11. ++

    kathteach #9 May 14, 2012 at 2:05 pm

    there is a God, and we are the people, Amen..


  12. End the era of false talker . Vote for Scott Walker.

  13. The DNC has refused to send a requested $500,000 to help the DemocRATs beat Scott Walker. I say to them — send it. That is less money they will have to spend on getting Barry re-elected. The unions are already feeling the money crunch from this endeavor and are starting to white from the bleeding, so there will be limited support from them.

  14. #9 kathteach Paul Ryan isn’t a Senator. He is a Congressman.

    I like Ryan but his vote is cancelled by fellow Wisconsonite Gwen Moore.

  15. Thanks Jay – I got all caught in my Paul Ryan love :-)

    And you are so right about Gwen Moore but thank God she has not earned the national attention of Ryan….

  16. what worries me even more than the predictable effort to get rid of Walker are the five percent who can’t make up their mind…

    how fing stupid are they?

  17. Hooray!! For Scott Walker, WAY TO GO! WISCONSIN.

  18. WI and Walker still need help. Look up the WI Tea Party and IL Tea Party. They are asking for help out in WI during the final stretch of this battle. If you can travel there and help out let them know.

  19. I hope the remaining union workers in this country are watching where their money is going:

    1) left-wing politics

    2) huge salaries and benefits for union officials

  20. Sorry Libs, the tea Party is alive and well. And here is more proof of it.

    Exclusive: Tea Party to Front Lines in Wisconsin


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