Democrats seemed to be having a debate between their hearts and their heads.
By double digits, Democratic voters were more likely to say Sanders was inspiring hope for the future, but they also were more inclined to think Clinton had realistic proposals.
On the other hand, they thought Clinton had a better chance of defeating Trump in November.
Clinton’s loss in the Badger State underscored the challenges she still faces in delivering an inspirational message in general and in appealing to younger voters in particular.
Sanders has now won six of the past seven Democratic contests.
Even so, it will take more than a victory in Wisconsin for him to shake the advantage Clinton has built among convention delegates.