About 29% of voters stopped talking to someone about politics because of disagreements over the recall or Governor Walker. Video by nbc26.comvideo
GREEN BAY-- Governor Walker and his democratic rivals aren't the only ones. duking it out over the recalls. So are some neighbors across the state. A Marquette University poll shows one-third of voters stopped talking with someone about politics because of disagreements over the recall or Governor Walker.
A political shadow casts conflicts among some neighbors. Not everyone "stands" with Skip Krawczwk's sign.
"It's very sad. It's terrible. I'm obviosly from the old school. It's unfortunate that it's come down to this. It didn't use to be this way," Krawczwk said.
Krawczwk says he can't talk poltics with some of his neighbors.
Pat Shinek's is against Walker and so are her neighbors. While they can talk politics, she can't with her son.
"He can talk about it and not get into a fierce argument. It's the way he feels. He feels very strongly about it. He's a conservative and that's ok," Shinek said.
Krawczwk hasn't been so lucky, but tries to look on the bright side.
"I've had my signs stolen two times, but I can get more signs and I will continue to," Krawczwk said. "I truthfully hope an understanding will come, but that's not going to come very easily."