When you’re a pollster, what matters is your final prediction before the election. That’s why, after last week’s attempt by Democrat-connected and sympathetic polling firms to create momentum for Democrats by manipulating the data to show them closing in on their Republican opponents, the polls this week are going to begin showing the actual state of the race.
And that state, at least for the major races here in Pennsylvania, is that Republicans have and have had huge leads.
In the U.S. Senate race, Toomey leads Sestak 48-40 percent with 12 percent still undecided. In the battle for the governor’s office, Corbett leads Onorato 50-39 percent with 11 percent undecided.
The reason for the failed attempt to fool people into believing a Democrat comeback was in the works was so Democrats could come out and say things like this.
At a news conference yesterday, Gov. Ed said he thought recent tightening in the statewide poll numbers was evidence that the state’s Democratic base was shaking off its months-long torpor.
Now Fast Eddie is hung out to dry and looking ridiculous.
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Tagged2010 Election, Dan Onorato, Joe Sestak, Pat Toomey, Tom Corbett
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