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PA-Gov: Quinnipiac Poll: Wolf’s Approval Rating Stands at 44%

Governor-WolfWell, there’s good news and bad news for Governor Wolf.

The good news is that the latest Quinnipiac Poll shows that 44% of Pennsylvanians approve of the job he’s doing.

The bad news is that the poll also shows 22% don’t know who Governor Wolf is.

This is the first time Quinnipiac has asked PA voters about Wolf’s performance and overall the 44% to 34% approval/disapproval margin is respectable. Additionally, Wolf scored a lower “DK/NA” percentage than either Sen. Casey or Sen. Toomey. Although I’m not sure what that says about voters’ awareness.

When broken down by party, Wolf of course has his strongest numbers among Democrats (71/13) and his weakest numbers among Republicans (23/55).

Among independents, 42% approve of the Governor’s performance while 32% disapprove.

There is also a bit of a gender gap. Gov. Wolf’s standing with women, 49% to 30%, is much stronger than his standing among men, 40% to 38%. Still, being in positive territory with men, who tend to lean Republican, is good news for the Democrat.

“Gov. Tom Wolf brings good vibes back to the State House after four years of broad discontent with his predecessor, Gov. Tom Corbett,” said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll.

This Quinnipiac survey was conducted from March 17th to March 28th. 1,036 Pennsylvania registered voters were interviewed live through land lines and cell phones. The margin of error is plus or minus 3%.

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