Walker said he was not fazed by the poll and compared it to low poll numbers for him just before he won a resounding recall battle in 2012.
Poll director Charles Franklin described the change in Republican standings as a notable shift. He scored a mere 4 percent among GOP voters in Florida, 2 percent among Ohio Republicans and 5 percent in Pennsylvania.
That continued Sunday morning with Walker slotted right after Trump on ABC’s newsmaker interview list, when the governor had a chance to respond to Trump saying he was “honored” that Walker wanted to copy him but that Walker was failing in leading Wisconsin.
Most state GOP voters favor other Republican candidates.
Like her lead over Walker, Clinton’s polling advantages over Bush and Cruz have shrunk since April. Trump was not matched against Clinton in the April poll.
After another reporter cut Walker off to ask if ending birthright citizenship would be on the table once the border is secure, Walker demurred. In April, 41 percent approved while 56 percent disapproved.
But, see, it don’t work that way, mister, when you are running for president. Sixty percent of those surveyed said that fit Walker, compared to 38 percent who said it didn’t.
But Donald Trump has since passed Walker in Iowa polls – some of which also show Ben Carson tied with or passing the Wisconsin governor.
“Harry Reid said it’s not right for this country, I think that’s something”, Walker said then.
Vice President Biden, who continues to weigh a potential bid, polled at 12 percent in the state. Ron Johnson. That was before Feingold officially announced his candidacy. They also backed a bill that Walker signed banning abortion after 20 weeks from conception by 48-44 percent. Gov. Walker is a team builder who can unite Republicans and bring Democrats and independents to support his conservative reforms like he did in Wisconsin. The lead prosecutor in the investigation is still pursuing a possible appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Native-born children of immigrants_even those living illegally in the U.S._have been automatically considered American citizens since the adoption of the 14th Amendment in 1868.
Every campaign, candidates “hold up some bright, shiny object_’Oh, let’s talk about birthright citizenship, ‘” Carly Fiorina said on NBC’s “Meet the Press”. The outsider trio combined for 30 percent of the vote.
In the crucial state of Iowa, which hosts the first nominating contest early next year, Walker has fallen behind Trump and Carson. Trump is the choice of 5 percent of debate watchers and 13 percent of non-watchers. The Republican margin of error was plus or minus 6.6 percent.