Lt. Gov. John Fetterman holds a double digit lead over Mehmet Oz in the race for U.S. Senate, according to this latest poll.
52% of likely voters surveyed said that they are supporting Fetterman, while 38% of likely voters are backing Oz in the poll conducted by Momentive/SurveyMonkey for Center Street PAC. 10% of likely voters surveyed remain undecided in the poll.
Fetterman’s lead over Oz grows slightly among registered and all voters in this polling, although the amount of undecided voters also increases.
Among registered voters surveyed, 48% are supporting Fetterman, while 32% said they are backing Oz, and 20% remain undecided. Among all voters surveyed in this poll, Fetterman carries 47%, while Oz holds 30%, and 23% remain undecided.
The Momentive/SurveyMonkey poll surveyed 1,206 voters between July 29-August 1.
Center Street PAC, which describes itself as “political action committee focused on promoting rationality through assisting the election of candidates who demonstrate stable and effective governing policies,” is currently backing six candidates in races across the nation, but has not weighed in on the Pennsylvania race for U.S. Senate.
According to the analysts at FiveThirtyEight, Momentive/SurveyMonkey has an overall C grade.
Recent polling has shown Fetterman holding a several point advantage over Oz, although national ratings outlet still view the race as competitive.
The Real Clear Politics average shows Fetterman leading Oz by 8.7%, while the Cook Political Report and Sabato’s Crystal Ball labels the race as a Toss-Up, and Inside Election currently has the race listed as Tilt Republican.