Kane leads GOP hopeful David Freed by 12 percent, stealing a portion of the vote away from those who were undecided in their poll last week. However, the undecided vote is still significant in this poll; 34 percent are still up in the air on who they will vote for.
The MCall poll is also included Governor Corbett’s approval rating, which is polling at 32 percent approval and 41 percent disapproval. That’s 3 points worse for him than last week, when he was disapproved 39 percent to 33.
Kane, a former assistant District Attorney from Lackawanna County; Freed is the District Attorney in Cumberland County. The two are set to square off in a debate Monday night in Harrisburg.
More of the poll’s details are posted here.
The pollster surveyed 444 likely voters from Oct. 17 to 21 via live interviews. The margin of error is plus or minus 5 percent.
49 percent of respondents identified as Democrats; 40 percent as Republicans.