According to results obtained by PoliticsPA from Republican polling firm Public Opinion Strategies, Killion leads Molloy 51% to 36%.
Last April, Killion beat Molloy 57% to 43%.
The survey also found Killion has a 39/8 favorable/unfavorable split compared to Molloy’s 10/5, as many in the district apparently still aren’t aware of the Democratic candidate.
Public Opinion Strategies surveyed 400 likely voters on behalf of the Killion campaign. The poll was conducted from August 16th to 18th and the margin of error is +/- 4.9%.
The 9th Senatorial District consists of southern Chester County and western Delaware County.