The new Quinnipiac University Poll released Thursday has Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump 48 to 43 percent, down from the same poll’s August results of 52 to 42 percent.
Two other Presidential polls in Pennsylvania this week show Hillary Clinton is still leading Donald Trump in Pennsylvania, but the gap may be narrowing.
The CBS PA Poll last Sunday had Clinton at 45 percent and Trump at 37 percent.
A Public Policy Polling survey Wednesday had Clinton at 47 percent and Trump at 42 percent.
Three polls released last week had Clinton leading Trump by as much as 8 percentage points down to just 3 points.
New polls in Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate race this week show either Katie McGinty in a tie with incumbent Pat Toomey, just behind or ahead of him by the poll’s margin of error.
A Quinnipiac University Poll released Friday had Toomey at 46 percent and McGinty at 45.
A CBS PA Poll last Sunday had McGinty and Toomey tied at 39 percent.
A Public Policy Polling survey Wednesday had McGinty at 44 percent and Toomey at 41 percent.
Three polls released last week also showed mixed results with McGinty leading Toomey by 5 percentage points while another poll had Toomey leading McGinty by 5 points.
NewsClips:Quinnipiac University: Toomey 46%, McGinty 45%