Madonna and Young examine the political implications of the Supreme Court’s Obama care decision: a win for the Ds could mean loss of the White House, but a win for the Rs could cost the momentum needed to propel Romney to the presidency.
The latest Quinnipiac University poll shows voters increasingly unhappy with Gov. Corbett’s job performance, disapproving of him by a margin of 47 to 36 percent. We’ve also got numbers on the budget, state legislature, voter ID and Sen. Pat Toomey.
Bob Casey has done it. For the first time in years, more than 50 percent of PA voters say they approve of the job he’s doing as Senator. Today’s Quinnipiac poll has several bits of good news for the freshman Senator and is the latest to show him winning re-election by a significant margin.
PA isn’t a runaway yet. Obama holds a 6 point lead over Mitt Romney according to the latest Quinnipiac, fueled by his better performance among women and independents. Romney remains competitive because of his performance among men and on the question of who’s better suited to handle the economy.
Support for Rep. Pat Meehan (R-Delaware) is waning according to an internal poll conducted by his opponent, George Badey. Although Rep. Meehan currently has a 20 point edge, his lead shrinks when his record on Medicare and women’s health are revealed.
Quick follow-up on PoliticsPA’s Monday report about the large discrepancies in internal polling between Rep. Jim Gerlach and his opponent Manan Trivedi in PA-6. Trivedi’s campaign has fired back since our first report, questioning the reliability of Gerlach’s polling numbers.
The height of election season is approaching, and pollsters are turning up the heat as it approaches. A new Franklin & Marshall College Opinion Research poll shows people warming up to the idea of same-sex marriages, and giving their opinions on the budget, their finances and Gov. Tom Corbett.