Public Policy Polling also released their Wisconsin poll today, and Newt is tied for third in this one.
Newt's favorability rating in the Badger State is 50/38.
Only Cain (at 18%) beats Newt (16%) among those picking a second choice.
In what is becoming a trend, Cain's support is very shallow, with only 29% of those supporting him being "strongly committed" to him.
Newt's just under water with moderates (39/43) but has good numbers with somewhat conservative voters (52/36) and (55/36).
Newt's favorability among women is 53/32. He's at 48/43 among men. Will the media report on that? (As always, I already know the answer.)
Newt is above water with every age group but the 18-29 group, which I am going to assume is a fluke since no other poll has shown that wide a gap. (Oddly enough, he is tied with Cain among that age group for being the second choice of other candidates' supporters.)