Walker, Evers tied in first Marquette Law School poll in general election

Gov. Scott Walker and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers are tied among likely voters in the November 2018 election for governor according to the first Marquette Law School poll.

#BREAKING: @ScottWalker @Tony4WI TIED 46-46 in first poll of likely voters by @MULawPoll. #news3 pic.twitter.com/9m4OgJ17fo

— Jessica Arp (@news3jessica) August 22, 2018

The poll, released Wednesday, shows Republican Walker and Democrat Evers tied with 46 percent support, which is within the margin of error. Six percent of voters said they supported Libertarian candidate Phil Anderson. Two percent were undecided.

Amongst registered voters, Walker leads Evers 48-44.

A pre-primary poll done by Marquette in June showed Walker with a 48-46 lead in the race.

Stay tuned to News 3 and Channel3000.com for more on the poll release Wednesday.