In addition, Public Policy Polling conducted a joint survey of several states with NELP Action focused on the minimum wage. As part of that project, PPP asked Pennsylvanians about the presidential and Senate contests.
They found Hillary Clinton ahead of Donald Trump 48% to 43% while Katie McGinty leads Pat Toomey 46% to 40%.
Each race had a significant gender gap. Clinton and McGinty both won women (51/40 and 52/35 respectively) while Trump and Toomey were ahead with men (47/44 and 47/40).
Toomey runs behind his party’s presidential nominee when it comes to white voters (47/40 to 52/40) but is doing much better with Hispanics (33/47 to 13/73) and even blacks (5/75 and 3/83).
The only subset to support both Clinton (44/38) and Toomey (44/36) were independents.
Public Policy Polling surveyed 1,194 likely Pennsylvania voters on August 26th and 27th. The margin of error is +/- 2.5%.