Reader Poll: PA’s Republican Presidential Primary Will be Competitive

081025_gop_logoOur readers are looking forward to April 26th.

Most years, the presidential primary process is all but over by the time it gets to Pennsylvania. In 2016, however, a majority of our readers believe the Keystone State will have a say in at least one nomination.

276 respondents think the Pennsylvania Republican presidential primary will be competitive. On the other hand, just ten responded that only the Democratic primary would be a real contest.

144 readers said that neither race will still be going on by late April while 69 asserted that Pennsylvanians will affect both nominations.

The full results are included below:

Will Pennsylvania’s 2016 Presidential Primaries Be Competitive?

  • Yes, but only the Republican contest. (55%)
  • No, neither of them will. (29%)
  • Yes, both of them will. (14%)
  • Yes, but only the Democratic contest. (2%)

Total Voters: 499

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3 Responses

  1. Me thinks the GOP contest will be competitive even then because of the number of well-financed candidates who can last longer than in previous years.

    Here’s the real mystery. Pennsylvania is a complex state when it comes to getting eligible with delegate candidates and what not. How does Trump expect to be competitive in PA when he has not developed a boots-on-the-ground organization here.

    He has spent so little money overall that there must be a number of states where he is truly not yet competitive.

    In PA, first day to get signatures on petitions is Jan. 26. The Iowa primary is not until Feb. 1..

  2. I would welcome settling a residual Trump-Cruz “finalist” contest by supporting the latter…and ending the conflict [“winner take all”].

  3. Red State Pennsylvanians given a choice between a Canadian born Cuban from the Canary Islands, Cruz – A Cuban from Little Havana in Miami, Rubio, A Black Neurosurgeon, Carson or The Trumpmeister will be casting their votes for Trump.

  • Who are you voting for in the PA Supreme Court race?

    • Dan McCaffery (61%)
    • Carolyn Carluccio (37%)
    • Still undecided (2%)

    Total Voters: 344

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