Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight website has released its first pollster ratings in four years.
Among the dozens and dozens of surveys that get factored into the 538 model, eight of them are based in the Keystone State.
Franklin & Marshall finished second with a B+. Fifteen of their polls are included and their mean-reverted bias is also R+0.5.
Susquehanna Polling & Research had twenty-seven surveys included, the most of any PA pollster. They only received a C score, though, with a D+0.2 mean-reverted bias.
At the back of the pack is Millersville University whose two polls brought them just a D- rating with a R+1.5 bias.