The latest Quinnipiac Poll reveals that half of Pennsylvanians believe that Kathleen Kane should step down.
While 50% believe she should resign, just 26% are against such a move.
Support for a Kane resignation runs across the demographic board. Even a plurality of Democrats (45/34) and women (47/25) want the AG to leave.
Kane’s approval rating also hit a record low of 23% with 51% disapproving.
Given such awful numbers, it is likely that the incumbent will play a major role in the campaigns of Republican nominee John Rafferty and Democratic nominee Josh Shapiro as they each try to make the case that they can restore dignity to the office.
This survey was conducted by Quinnipiac University using live interviewers calling land lines and cell phones from April 27th to May 8th. They contacted 1,077 registered voters. The margin of error is +/- 3%.