Earlier this week, a Quinnipiac survey revealed that Pennsylvanians favored a Kane resignation by a 49% to 27% margin.
Franklin & Marshall has the margin much closer, but 46% still think the AG should step down while 43% want her to continue on. 11% are unsure.
Among those who think she should resign, 52% believe the state legislature should start impeachment proceedings. Altogether, 30% favor impeaching Kane at this moment.
There is also a distinct partisan gap concerning the question of Kane’s resignation.
54% of Republicans want her gone, compared to 47% of Independents and just 40% of Democrats.
Finally, 14% of respondents had a favorable opinion of Kane (6% strongly, 8% somewhat) while 35% had an unfavorable opinion (24% strongly, 11% somewhat). 26% are undecided while another 26% said they didn’t know.
This Franklin & Marshall Poll surveyed 605 registered Pennsylvania voters and was conducted from August 17th to August 24th. The margin of error is +/- 3.9%.