President Bush and Democratic candidate John Kerry are in a virtual tie in five key states as of Friday including Wisconsin.
Poll results show that Kerry is supported by 46% of Wisconsin voters compared to 43% for Bush. Nadar attracted 4 percent of the vote, and seven percent are undecided.
The poll was conducted by the American Research Group of Manchester, New Hampshire March 23 through March 25. The sampling has a margin of error of plus or minus four percentage points.
Democrat Al Gore won Wisconsin in 2000 by just over 5,000 votes.