The latest Wisconsin poll comes just four weeks before the Nov. 3 election.
The national Marquette Law School poll found the 87-year-old Ginsburg was easily the most recognized of the nine justices, with 63% of respondents saying they knew enough to have an opinion on her and 44% viewing her favorably.
Biden led by a 6-point margin among likely voters over Trump in a June Marquette poll.
The poll also found former Vice President Joe Biden widening his lead over President Donald Trump in the state and a declining concern among Wisconsinites over the COVID-19 pandemic.
The latest poll's results come as Wisconsin faces unprecedented unemployment numbers, which have risen sharply following state efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 by shutting down some businesses or limiting services at others.
The latest Marquette poll shows a similar level of support for impeachment since last month.
The latest results show growing support for impeachment hearings among Wisconsin residents surveyed.
Wisconsinite's optimism in the economy remains positive, but the ongoing trade war could put that faith to the test, according to a Marquette Law School Poll released Wednesday.
Democratic Gov. Tony Evers proposed an eight-cents-per-gallon gas tax increase. He also called for raising heavy truck registration and new car title fees. The annual vehicle registration fee, however, would stay at $75.
Evers vowed to make his case on the issue given support from constituents as well as the benefits for economic development good roads would provide.
The finding is just one of many from the latest Marquette Law School Poll released Wednesday, which shows that Wisconsin voters otherwise largely support the major initiatives Evers proposed in his budget.
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Voters are concerned about a $3 billion subsidy for Foxconn, less interested in tax cuts and unhappy with the president.
Almost half (44 percent) of Democrats are undecided about who to support for governor in the August primary.
The Marquette Law School Poll also asked about withdrawal from the Paris climate accord and NATO support.
Poll director Charles Franklin also said the results show the electorate remains polarized.
The vice president will attend an 11:15 a.m. rally at the Orpheum Theatre on Madison's State Street.
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Some Assembly Republicans are using past opposition to the governor's proposals in an effort to get re-elected as members of his party.