Some very good news today out of Pennsylvania:
Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman leads Dr. Mehmet Oz 52% to 38% among likely voters in Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate race, according to a new poll from nonpartisan political action committee Center Street PAC (www.centerstreetpac.com). Ten percent of voters remain undecided. However, the poll showed good news for Fetterman across the board, while signaling Dr. Oz could be in trouble.
“If I were a Republican donor, I would think twice about putting significant dollars into this race,” says Center Street Co-Founder Matt O’Brien. “Even showing a huge lead for Fetterman, if anything, this poll understates his advantage. Barring some black swan event, Oz has no chance to win.”
Fetterman’s likability creates a significant advantage. Forty-six percent of Pennsylvania voters have a favorable view of Fetterman, compared to Oz’s mere 26%. By contrast, 53% of voters have an unfavorable view of Oz, compared to Fetterman’s 32%.
“Almost all voters know Oz, but they don’t like him,” says Center Street Chief Analytics Officer Dr. Kurt Jetta. “Oz’s un-favorability levels are staggering among unaffiliated voters and Democrats, and his Favorability among Republicans is barely above neutral.”
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