Donald Trump's longshot options for reaching 270 are running out quick.
Although few were expecting Wisconsin to be a battleground state this year, the new Marquette University Law School poll (the gold standard for the state) pretty much shuts the door on that idea.
In a four-way race, the story is similar:
Among likely voters in WI, Clinton 52%, Trump 37%, with 10% supporting neither. In July, it was 45%/41%/14%. #mulawpoll— MULawPoll (@MULawPoll) August 10, 2016
And it's also great to see Russ Feingold surging. It will be a great day indeed when this progressive champion returns to the senate.
Among likely voters, it’s Clinton 47%, Trump 34%, Johnson 9%, Stein 3%. #mulawpoll— MULawPoll (@MULawPoll) August 10, 2016
Among likely voters, Feingold 53%, Johnson 42%. In July, it was Feingold 49%, Johnson 44%. #mulawpoll— MULawPoll (@MULawPoll) August 10, 2016