More people are souring in their view of how Wisconsin is doing. A new Marquette University Law School Poll shows 51- percent of people think the state is on the wrong track.
In March of last year, 61-percent of people thought the state was headed in the right direction. One reason for the massive shift may be the changing views on the coronavirus. The poll shows more people think the lockdowns did more harm than good. Thirty-five-percent of people say the lockdowns were an overreaction. Last March, that number was just 10- percent. The poll, however, shows Governor Evers’ support is relatively unchanged, with 50-percent of people approving of his job.