Trump’s unpopularity, Democratic voter enthusiasm drive leads for Wolf, Casey in new Pa. poll
President Trump and political polarization are not on the Nov. 6 general election ballot in Pennsylvania, but a new Franklin and Marshall College Poll shows they factor significantly into the thinking of likely voters.
A pair of Democrats seeking reelection, Gov. Wolf and U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, appear to be beneficiaries of their party’s electoral enthusiasm, driven in large part by the president’s unpopularity.
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