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Marquette Poll shows great divide between Democrats & Republicans on absentee, in-person voting

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Milwaukee (WQOW) - It seems voters in Wisconsin have differing opinions on the best way to vote in upcoming elections.

That's according to a newly released Marquette Poll.

The poll shows that 79% of Republicans plan to vote in-person for the November general election, either early or on election day itself.

Only 39% of Democrats plan to vote in person.

On the flip side, just 15% of Republicans plan to vote absentee compared to 55% of Democrats. This comes after President Trump has claimed multiple times that mail-in ballots lead to an influx in voter fraud.

The way people plan to vote also shows a great devide in who those voters plan to select on their ballots.

For those who plan to vote in person on election day, 67% of them will cast their ballot for Trump.

As for absentee voters, a whopping 81% are casting their vote for Joe Biden.

You can find the entire Marquette Poll here.

Mary Pautsch

Mary came to News 18 in July 2019 from Sioux City, Iowa where she graduated from Morningside College with a BA in Spanish after attending Iowa State University for 3 years.

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