Coming into the final weekend of the election Hillary Clinton and Katie McGinty are holding small leads in their respective races.
The latest results come from Public Policy Polling.
They found Clinton at 48% and Donald Trump with 44%. No third-party candidates were offered, although 8% stated that they were not sure.
In the Senate contest, McGinty holds a two-point advantage over incumbent GOP Sen. Pat Toomey, 46% to 44%. Ten percent are unsure.
Despite Toomey’s internal conflict about whether to support Trump, their support levels are the same.
Perhaps most interestingly, however, is that PPP were the first that I know of to publicly poll the Attorney General’s race between Democratic nominee and Montgomery County Commissioner Josh Shapiro and Republican nominee and State Senator John Rafferty.
Shapiro is ahead 45% to 40% with 14% not sure.
Public Policy Polling surveyed 1,050 likely Pennsylvania voters on October 31st and November 1st.