The Trafalgar Group released its final Pennsylvania primary poll overnight and Doug Mastriano is pulling away in the chase for the GOP nomination for governor.
The state senator from Franklin County pulled in 37.2 percent of the nearly 1,200 likely Republican voters to hold a 12.3 point advantage over former Hazleton mayor Lou Barletta. Former U.S. attorney Bill McSwain is third at 17.4 percent while Delaware County businessman Dave White is at 9.7 percent.
Mastriano picked up nearly 10 points from the last Trafalgar poll conducted from May 6-8, while Barletta gained 7.3 points, as the number of undecideds dropped from 11.4 to 4.7 percent.
In the PoliticsPA moving average of 13 polls conducted since February, Mastriano has a five-point advantage over Barletta and has doubled up on McSwain.