A new Franklin & Marshall poll released Thursday has Clinton leading Sanders 48 to 27 percent. Trump is leading over his opponents in close results-- 22 percent, Rubio 16 percents, Kasich 15 percent and Cruz 12 percent.
In the Democratic U.S. Senate race: Sestak 21 percent, McGinty 12 percent Fetterman 8 percent and others 4 percent. Last month Sestak lead McGinty by 4 percentage points and Betterman by 11 points.
58 percent of voters think indicted Attorney General Kane should resign and the same percentages thinks the General Assembly should remove her if she doesn’t resign.
Two in three (67 percent) registered voters believe the state is “on the wrong track,” up from 62 percent in October, and nearly half (47 percent) say that government and politicians are the biggest problems facing the state; concerns primarily related to the state budget impasse.
Gov. Wolf’s approval rating dropped another 5 percent to 31 from 36 percent in October and 39 percent in August.
Gov. Wolf’s job performance ratings are lower than either Governors Rendell and Corbett and significantly lower than Gov. Ridge at this point in their first terms.
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