Any update on this? Most recent data?
Going off of Wisconsin's latest spreadsheet from today, and not including Milwaukee County which is being done differently than the others, then with about 30% of the state recounted, Trump has gained 245 votes, Clinton has gained 398 votes, Johnson 68, Stein 46; Clinton has netted 153 votes so far, which is better than she was on pace for before, but she's still very, very far from anything substantive changing.
Mostly they are onesies and twosies.
Dane is +25 for Clinton, but that includes +18 from one ward in the city of Monona. Madison is not recounted yet. Drop out Monona, and it is conceivable that Trump is increasing his vote share.
Iowa County. The Village of Avoca was 108T:105C. The recount shows 215T:375C. The total vote for all candidates is 634 votes, in a village with a 637 residents.
Looking at the alphabetically adjacent villages:
Arena: 2012: 120R:313O; 2016: 150T:223O
Barneveld: 2012: 181R:426O; 2016: 215T:375O
So Trump gained some, and Clinton lost more.
But I just noticed that the Avoca "recount" matches the Barneveld original count. So they entered the Barneveld recount on the Avova recount row.
Manitowoc/Town of Centerville. A note says that a bag with 24 ballots was not counted on election day. But the town was 70% Trump, and it appears that the bag was 24-0 Clinton. It sounds like something like the Maine recount.
The city of Milwaukee is recounting their absentees separately from election day ballots, and Clinton is down about 15,000 votes.
The city of St.Francis shows a change from:
Trump 3634: Clinton 3576 (original)
Trump 2002: Clinton 2676 (recount)
Trump 1632: Clinton 900 (loss)
The lost votes are 65% Trump. I suspect they may originally have run absentee ballots through the scanners twice. The recount looks more like Johnson Feingold and 2012
Johnson 2202: Feingold 2657
Romney 2296: Obama 2977
And the trend looks similar to Cudahy. A city tucked in between the airport and a city named after a meatpacker is likely not the leafiest of suburbs.
So this may be the first real change, about +732 to Clinton.
Sauk. The December 2 report showed the Town of Woodland almost disappearing. But it appears that the recount for the Village of Cazenovia was entered on the wrong line. Only a tiny bit of the village is in Sauk County (7 total votes), with most in Richland County.
The December 3 report corrects this.
Town of La Grange: Gain of +63 Trump, +81 Clinton, +10 Johnson provides a better match to the senate race, both for candidates and votes cast.
Town of Bashaw +31 Trump due to error in original certification.