A Marist poll commissioned by left-wing news outlet McClatchy shows a Republican sweep brewing here in Pennsylvania.
Among likely voters, Republican Gubernatorial candidate Tom Corbett leads Democratic Socialist candidate Dan Onorato by 12 points, 53% to 41%.
In the race to replace ousted Senator Arlen Specter, Republican Pat Toomey polls at 51% compared to 42% for Democratic Socialist candidate Joe Sestak; a nine point edge.
Interestingly, both Democrats are polling about the same as Barack Obama’s dismal approval rating in the state: 41%.
The Marist poll confirms results released today by Rasmussen, the liberal boogieman pollster despite being the most accurate polling outfit in measuring the results of the 2008 election. Supposedly right-leaning Rasmussen shows the same 53% – 41% split between Corbett and Onorato as left-leaning McClatchy.
The McClatchy poll also shows Republican Ken Buck beating Democrat incumbent Michael Bennett 50%-42% in Colorado, where Barack Obama’s approval rating is 39%, and Republican Ron Johnson beating Democrat incumbent Russ Feingold 52%-45% in Wisconsin, where Barack Obama’s approval rating is 46%.
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