Harper did not have a head-to-head match-up between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump but they do have one including Gary Johnson and Jill Stein.
Clinton leads Trump by two, 45% to 43%, while Johnson has 8% and Stein only 1%. 4% were undecided.
Mercyhurst also found Clinton with a razor-thin lead, this time just one-point.
They have the former Secretary of State at 42% and the GOP nominee with 41%. Johnson and Stein got 4% and 3% respectively. 9% didn’t know and 2% refused to answer.
The PA Senate is actually even closer than the top-ballot contest.
Harper has this race tied at 42-42. It’s worth pointing out that they included Libertarian Party nominee Edward Clifford in their survey and he got eight percent. Another eight percent were undecided.
Meanwhile, Mercyhurst has Toomey with a 43-42 advantage over McGinty. Fifteen percent said they didn’t know and an additional one percent refused.
Forty-two days out, these races couldn’t be much tighter.
Harper Polling surveyed 500 likely voters through landline interviews conducted using Interactive Voice Response (IVR). The poll took place between on September 21st and September 22nd. The margin of error is +/- 4.4%.
Mercyhurst University’s Center for Applied Politics surveyed 420 registered Pennsylvania voters through live interviews from September 12th to September 23rd. The margin of error is 4.8%.