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Scott Walker Recall: Governor Vulnerable In New Poll

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It would be a photo finish in a gubernatorial recall race between Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and nearly any Democratic challenger, according to a poll released this week.

While the Public Policy Polling survey of 900 Wisconsin registered voters over the phone placed former U.S. Sen. Russ Feingold ahead of Walker by 7 percentage points in a head-to-head matchup - though he has said he is not interested in running - Walker either wins or loses by roughly 3 percentage points against other challengers.

That's different than two other notable polls on the election. A poll conducted in October by the same North Carolina-based survey company showed Walker topping all challengers. Additionally, another recent poll conducted by Charles Franklin of the Marquette University Law School shows Walker would beat all recall challengers by large margins.

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