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The March 2018 Franklin & Marshall College Poll finds that nearly half (48%) of the state’s registered voters are “very interested” in the 2018 mid-term elections; more Democrats (60%) than Republicans (41%) or independents (26%) say they are “very interested.” The current survey shows that more registered voters expect to vote for the Democratic party candidate for the US House in November (42%) than expect to vote for the Republican candidate (35%), but the Democratic candidates’ advantage is much larger, 53% to 30%, among those “very interested” in the election. At the moment, both Governor Tom Wolf and Senator Bob Casey hold comfortable leads against their Republican challengers, but a large portion of voters are undecided in those races.
The Franklin & Marshall College Poll is produced in conjunction with the Philadelphia Daily News, WGAL-TV (South Central PA), Pittsburgh Tribune Review, WTAETV (Pittsburgh), WPVITV6/ABC (Philadelphia), Times-Shamrock Newspapers, Harrisburg PatriotNews, and Lancaster Newspapers. This survey may used in whole or in part, but must contain the reference that it was conducted at Franklin & Marshall College.