-Wisconsin voters, by a 48-41 margin, would prefer that Democrats have control of the State Senate over Republicans. That could bode well for the party's prospects in recall elections over the next few months. Democrats have the edge largely due to a 45-31 advantage with independents.
-Herb Kohl is heading into retirement as one of the most popular Senators in the country. 54% of voters approve of him to 28% who disapprove. Out of around 90 sitting Senators PPP's polled on, only 14 have higher approval ratings. Kohl's at an impressive 61/22 with independents and even has a 19% approval rating with Republicans, unusually high in arguably the nation's most polarized state.
-Ron Johnson gets mixed reviews as he starts his second year in the Senate. 36% of voters approve of the job he's doing, 35% disapprove, and 29% have no opinion about him. Republicans are still very enthusiastic about him, approving 72/4, but he doesn't have much support from Democrats or independents.
-73% of Wisconsin voters have a positive opinion of Aaron Rodgers to 6% with a negative one. That still probably makes him the most popular person in the state, but his numbers are down a good deal from October when he was at 89/4. Fans are fickle. Mike McCarthy's favorability numbers are great as well at 65/8, but like Rodgers he's down a good bit from October when his breakdown was 77/7.
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