Either way the taste for a Scott Walker recall is turning sour, and the massive effort to stop the Republican/tea party abuse has been frustrating. The net effect of all the negative ads from the last recall effort, that defeated two entrenched Republicans, was a desire to never see another one of them again.
So it comes as no surprise that PPP turned up this agonizing result:
The Atlantic: Today, as Wisconsin votes in the last of this summer's congressional recall elections, Public Policy Polling released the results of a new survey showing diminishing support for a recall of the anti-union governor Scott Walker. Now, by a razor-thin 50 to 47 percent margin, the state's voters are generally opposed to a recall. Those numbers are the exact opposite from the outfit's poll in May.