As labor leaders and Wisconsin Democrats start their push to recall Republican Gov. Scott Walker, a new poll shows that majority of residents in the state would like the effort be successful. The Wisconsin Public Radio/St. Norbert College Survey found that 58 percent of respondents think Walker should be recalled. This is up from 47 percent in April.
According to the results, most of that growth came from Walker's own party. In the spring, only 7 percent of Republicans reported to want Walker recalled. By fall, that figure jumped to 24 percent.