Gov. Tom Wolf holds a 30 point net approval rating for his handling of the coronavirus, while President Donald Trump is eight points under water with his handling on the matter.
The election analysts point to Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick’s (R-Bucks) competition on the Democratic side, coupled with his “enormous” fundraising advantage as the reason for this rating change.
69% of Pennsylvanians approve of Gov. Tom Wolf’s response to the coronavirus outbreak, while 25% disapprove. 44% of Pennsylvanians approve of Trump’s handling of the coronavirus outbreak, while 51% disapprove.
52% of people voted that the upcoming primary election should be all-mail, while 48% voted against this idea.