Republican Tom Corbett leads Democratic Socialist Party candidate Dan Onorato by 15-points in the November race to become Pennsylvania’s next governor according to a poll released by Quinnipiac University this morning.
The poll shows Corbett with the support of 54% of those likely to vote on November 2, with Onorato able to garner only 39% support.
The poll’s most shocking result is Corbett’s 27% lead among voters not affiliated with either political party. He leads Onorato 56%-29% with independent voters, 13% of which are undecided.
This morning’s Nineteenth Amendment update finds that Onorato must have “dreamy eyes” or something. In the poll’s one bright spot for Onorato, results show that he leads Corbett 52% to 39% among women.
Quinnipiac also finds Corbett leading Onorato when it comes to specific issues. He leads by at least 10% on the questions of handling the state economy, managing the state budget, and sharing voters’ values.
Current Governor Ed Rendell has 35% approval in the poll.
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