Wisconsin 01: Republican Steil Leads Democrat Bryce 50-44%

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  • The New York Times Upshot / Siena College Wisconsin 01 Poll:

  • Republican Steil Leads Democrat Bryce 50-44%

  • Voters Prefer Republicans Control House 53-43%; Give President Trump Breakeven 47-47% Job Approval Rating

  • Favorability Ratings: Bryce, 34-31 Percent; Steil, 26-26 Percent

Wisconsin 1 chartPress Release     Crosstabs

Loudonville, NY. Republican Bryan Steil, a University of Wisconsin regent holds a six-point lead over his Democratic challenger, ironworker and union activist, Randy Bryce, 50-44 percent, according to a new New York Times Upshot/Siena College poll of likely Wisconsin 1st Congressional District voters. Bryce has a 34-31 percent favorability rating, compared to a 26-26 percent favorability rating for Steil.

Likely voters in this Milwaukee-area district that was represented by retiring House Speaker Paul Ryan prefer Republicans rather than Democrats control the House of Representatives next year by a solid 53-43 percent. Voters give President Trump a breakeven job approval rating with 47 percent approving the job he is doing and 47 percent disapproving and by 51-44 percent they agree that the Russia investigation into allegations of collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government is a politically motivated witch hunt.

This New York Times Upshot/Siena College Poll is part of an ongoing project polling pivotal Congressional races across the country. The data is published live on https://www.nytimes.com/section/upshot. This press release highlights the key findings and provides access in the cross-tabulations to the entire survey as well as how demographic groups answered each question.
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This New York Times Upshot/Siena College WI 01 survey was conducted September 11-13, 2018 by telephone calls in English to 500 WI 01 voters. This poll has a margin of error of +/- 4.7 percentage points. Calls were made to a stratified weighted sample of voters from the L-2 Voter list via both land and cell phones. A likely-to-vote probability was computed for each respondent based on their stated likelihood to vote as well as by virtue of the imputation of a turnout probability score based on past voting behavior. This combined probability to vote score was applied as a weight along with a weight that considered party, age, race/ethnicity, education, region within the district and gender. Polling support for this project provided by Institute for Policy and Opinion Research at Roanoke College, Reconnaissance Market Research, M. Davis & Company, and The Public Opinion Research Lab at the University of North Florida. The Siena College Research Institute, directed by Donald Levy, Ph.D., conducts political, economic, social and cultural research primarily in NYS. SCRI, an independent, non-partisan research institute, subscribes to the American Association of Public Opinion Research Code of Professional Ethics and Practices. For more information, please call Steven Greenberg at 518-469-9858 or Don Levy at 518-783-2901. Survey cross-tabulations and frequencies can be found at: www.Siena.edu/SCRI/SNY.

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