According to the poll, 33% of Pennsylvanians approved of the job Trump is doing as President, while 53% disapproved. Only 9% of Democrats approved, while 71% of Republicans approved of his performance.
The Republican Party also had similar problems in the state, 57% have an unfavorable view of the Republican Party versus 30% who have a favorable view. With registered voters, it becomes 60% unfavorable and 30% favorable.
Pennsylvanians have a favorable opinion of Wolf, 46% of adults have a favorable opinion while 35% have an unfavorable opinion.
Casey’s favorability is positive, but below Wolf’s. 37% of Pennsylvanians have a favorable view of Casey, and 26% have an unfavorable view. The largest percentage, 38%, were unsure or had never heard of him.
The poll surveyed Congressman Lou Barletta (R-Luzerne) on a statewide basis, and found that almost three-quarters of registered voters, 74%, had never heard of him or were unsure of their opinion on him.
The survey was conducted between August 13th and 17th, and surveyed 915 adults in Pennsylvania via landline and mobile phones. The poll has a 3.2% margin of error.