Fetterman leads Oz in Pa. Senate race, while Shapiro and Mastriano are neck-and-neck for governor, poll says
Pennsylvania voters said they are pessimistic about the economy and disapprove of President Joe Biden’s leadership, but still favor Democratic nominee John Fetterman in the state’s high-profile Senate race, according to a new poll.
Fetterman, the lieutenant governor, led GOP nominee Mehmet Oz by 9 percentage points — 46% to 37% — in the key race that could determine control of the Senate. Thirteen percent of respondents were undecided in the Suffolk University/USA Today survey released Wednesday.
The candidates for governor are neck-and-neck, according to the poll, with state Attorney...