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Thu Mar 28, 2019, 08:51 PM

Latest F and M Keystone Poll

Link to poll: https://www.fandm.edu/uploads/files/503040077590675717-f-m-poll-release-march-2019.pdf

Highlights:
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Key Findings
Pennsylvanians show considerable unanimity on a number of policy topics.
A majority (59%) of state voters supports legalizing marijuana. Fewer than one in four (22%) registered voters supported legalized marijuana in May 2006 when the question was first asked in a Franklin
& Marshall College Poll.

Nearly seven in ten registered voters strongly (47%) or somewhat (22%) favors an increasenin the state’s minimum wage from $7.25 to $12 per hour.

Most registered voters believe that climate change is currently causing problems (67%) and most (68%) think the state should do more to address those problems.


Abouut one in three (34%) registered voters in Pennsylvania believes President Trump is doing an “excellent” or “good” job as president, which is consistent with recent Franklin &
Marshall College Polls. President Trump’s current rating is similar to President Obama’s rating in
Pennsylvania at a similar point in his Presidency. One in three (36%) registered voters believes
President Trump has done a good enough job to deserve re-election, while three in five (61%) voters say it is time for a change
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One in three (36%) registered voters believe President Trump has done a good enough job to deserve re-election and most (63%) of these respondents say they will vote for him no matter who runs against him. On the other hand, three in five (61%) voters say it is time for a change and four in five (80%) of these voters say they will vote against the president no matter who runs against him. Taken together, half (48%) of registered voters are firmly supporting a change and a quarter (23%) are firmly supporting no change, leaving another quarter who are still deciding.


Not very good news for Individual 1.

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Fri Mar 29, 2019, 06:04 AM

1. Trump is losing every area of PA except

SW Pa (Fayette, Green, Westmoreland counties). That's not real surprising, but what is surprising is being underwater in Central Pa. That should scare the R Congressmen who represent this area.

Trump's disapproval among Dems is 91% !

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