The poll finds Trump and Biden tied on the question of whom voters in Wisconsin trust more on issues of crime and safety, at 48 percent each. Marginally more voters say they trust Biden over Trump on discouraging violence at political protests, though the difference is not statistically significant.
Meanwhile, the former vice president holds a clear advantage — 51 percent to 41 percent — on the question of who is more trusted to provide equal treatment of racial groups.
A bare majority — 51 percent — of Wisconsin voters say they support recent protests against police treatment of Black people, while 44 percent say they oppose them. Those who support them overwhelmingly support Biden; those opposed back Trump by a smaller but still sizable margin.