Category: Poll

MCall Poll: Obama 49, Romney 42

The latest poll from the Allentown Morning Call and Muhlenberg University shows a presidential race that’s 2 points closer than their survey from 2 days ago.

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Polls: Corbett Not Popular, But Voter ID Is

Tom Corbett’s numbers are still low according to two polls. Quinnipiac: 47 percent disapprove his job as Governor, 36 percent approve. Franklin & Marshall: 64 percent disapprove, 30 percent approve. Meanwhile the state’s new Voter ID requirement remains popular.

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Q-pac Poll: Senate Race Tightening; F&M Poll: No, It Isn’t

Two polls released Wednesday sent conflicting signals about the race for U.S. Senate. Quinnipiac said Republican Tom Smith had shaved his deficit by 12 points and trailed Sen. Bob Casey 49 percent to 43. Franklin & Marshall said Casey maintains a 12 point lead, just like he did in August.

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Obama Opens Big Pa. Lead in Quinnipiac, F&M Polls

Two independent polls paint a sunny picture for President Obama in Pa. He leads Republican Mitt Romney 54 percent to 42 percent among likely voters according to Quinnipiac, and 50 percent to 39 percent among registered voters according to Franklin & Marshall.

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Rothfus Poll: PA-12 Race a Dead Heat

Pa.’s top congressional race is getting even closer. Keith Rothfus and Rep. Mark Critz are tied at 38 percent apiece, according to an internal poll commissioned by Rothfus’s campaign.

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Trib Poll: Casey 46, Smith 41

Tom Smith is gaining on Sen. Bob Casey according a poll commissioned by The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. The Democratic Senator leads the Republican former coal miner 46 percent to 41.

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Mercyhurst Poll: 44 Percent Undecided in Senate Race

A whopping 44 percent of likely voters are undecided in the U.S. Senate race according to the latest survey from Mercyhurst University. Democratic Sen. Bob Casey leads Republican Tom Smith 31 percent to 21. Also: Voter ID enjoys majority support.

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Mercyhurst Poll: Obama 48, Romney 40

Barack Obama leads Mitt Romney by 8 points according to the latest poll by Mercyhurst University, 48 percent to 40 percent. Those numbers are in line with his average lead in Pa.

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  • Will Doug Mastriano Run For U.S. Senate?

    • No. Not Enough Support From Mainstream GOP. (91%)
    • Yes. Let Doug Be Doug. (9%)

    Total Voters: 892

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