PA-Sen: F&M Poll: Sestak 17% McGinty 13% Fetterman 6%
That’s the conclusion one reaches when looking at the results of the latest Franklin & Marshall poll.
A whopping sixty-one percent of respondents are undecided right now. Another four percent answered “another candidate”.
Among those that have made a choice, though, former Congressman Joe Sestak leads. He takes 17% against former Chief of Staff to Governor Wolf Katie McGinty’s 13%. Braddock Mayor John Fetterman is in third with 6%.
The polls have been static in this race so far. Last August, Sestak lead McGinty by three points (16/13) and in October it was two (15/13). The biggest movement was with Fetterman, who doubled his support from the 3% he received in the October survey.
This survey is quite different from the recently released Harper Poll, which had Sestak leading McGinty 33% to 28% with Fetterman garnering 11%. Just 28% were undecided in that poll.
This poll was conducted by the Center for Opinion Research at Franklin & Marshall College. They surveyed 361 registered Democratic Pennsylvania voters from January 18th to January 23rd. The margin of error is +/- 3.6%.