MADISON, Wis. -

The race for president remains tight in Wisconsin.

A poll conducted last weekend by the Marquette University Law School shows Hillary Clinton with a two-point lead over Donald Trump, 44 percent to 42 percent among voters who say they're certain to vote in November.

Some 12 percent of voters said they wouldn't vote for either or are undecided. Among the full sample of 802 registered voters polled, Clinton leads Trump 43-38 percent.

Wisconsin may be a battleground state, if the polls are to be believed, but Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump aren't treating it like one. Both Clinton and Trump are focusing their time and money elsewhere with the election less than seven weeks away.

Trump has not campaigned in Wisconsin in more than a month and Clinton has not been to the state since the April primary, the AP reported. Neither side is spending money on campaign ads in Wisconsin yet.

The race has slightly tightened since late August, when Clinton led Trump 45-42 percent with 15 percent undecided.

The poll was conducted Sept. 15-18 by Marquette Law School.