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Politics / CAMPAIGN 2012

Obama Tied With Romney, Santorum in Pennsylvania

Mitt Romney speaks at 2011 CPAC.(Chet Susslin)

photo of Steven Shepard
August 2, 2011
But while Obama's numbers have suffered over the past six weeks, Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., has held steady. Now, 48 percent approve of the job he is doing, while just 29 percent disapprove. Even Republicans are split on Casey's performance: 39 percent approve and 39 percent disapprove. More voters (47 percent) would vote for Casey against a generic Republican opponent (35 percent), and a plurality (47 percent) says he deserves to be re-elected, while just 33 percent of voters say he does not. Both parties in Congress are deeply unpopular in the Keystone State, according to the poll. Congressional Democrats and Republicans earn a woeful 28-percent approval rating among Pennsylvania voters, and more than two-thirds of voters disapprove of each party. The Quinnipiac poll was conducted July 25-31. The poll surveyed 1,358 registered voters, for a margin of error of +/- 2.7 percent. There were 532 Republicans, for a margin of error of +/- 4.3 percent.
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