According to the most recent polls on the Wisconsin Senate race, two-term Republican incumbent Ron Johnson has managed to gain a slight competitive advantage over Democratic challenger Mandela Barnes.
According to the most recent FiveThirtyEight poll, as of September 30, Johnson was predicted to receive 48.6 percent of the vote, while Barnes was predicted to receive 46.7 percent.
The poll reveals an increase in support for the Republican, who between August 25 and September 10 was over three percentage points behind Barnes, according to FiveThirtyEight’s polls. However, the narrow lead is not enough for Johnson to be confident of victory. The two candidates had a 0.1 percentage point difference between September 10 and September 20, or they were tied.
One of the most competitive races in November’s midterm elections is the race for the Senate in Wisconsin. Johnson, who is seeking a third term in office, is thought to be one of the most vulnerable Republican incumbents in the Senate, making the state one that Democrats could easily take over.
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