Walker trails Evers 44% to 46% in the new Suffolk poll, a difference well within the margin of error.
The latest survey is consistent with the findings of other pollsters on the two-term governor in at least two respects.
First, the Republican Walker is in greater danger of losing his job right now than the other big-name incumbent on the Wisconsin ballot this fall, Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin.
Baldwin leads her GOP opponent Leah Vukmir 50% to 42% in the Suffolk poll. In five different surveys by four different pollsters since June, Baldwin has been better positioned than Walker to win re-election, a pattern that underscores how challenging this mid-term election cycle is for the GOP.