Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is trailing a potential Democratic challenger by double digits in his quest for a third term.
According to a new NBC/Marist poll released Thursday, Walker trails Tony Evers, the state schools superintendent and front-runner for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination by 13 points, 54 percent to 41 percent. Five percent of voters are undecided.
Evers is the clear leader in a crowded primary to face Walker, who is seeking a third term in office. Evers leads with 26 percent over nine other Democrats, none of whom register in double digits.
According to the poll, only 34 percent of respondents believe Walker deserves to be re-elected to the governor’s mansion. Sixty-one percent believe a new person should be given a chance.
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