For the first time since March, Gov. Scott Walker's lead in Wisconsin's gubernatorial race exceeds the margin of error among likely voters.
Walker leads Democratic challenger Mary Burke 50 percent to 45 percent among likely voters, according to the Marquette University Law School poll released Wednesday.
Among registered voters, Walker leads Burke by one point, 46 percent to 45 percent.
Poll director Charles Franklin said it "still qualifies as a very close race."
In September, Walker and Burke were tied at 46 percent among registered voters, while Walker held a 49-46 percent lead among likely voters.
In the race for attorney general, Republican Brad Schimel leads Democrat Susan Happ slightly among likely voters, 41-39 percent.
Check back later for more coverage of the latest Marquette poll.