New F&M Poll: Biden leads Pa. primary pack; Trump’s still underwater in a key 2020 battleground state | Thursday Morning Coffee
Voter interest in the 2020 contest, where Pennsylvania, with 20 electoral votes, could again play a determinative role, remains high. Nearly two-thirds of the state's registered voters (67 percent), say they're very interested in the coming election.
Pennsylvanians believe access is key to gov’t transparency; F&M poll shows | The Numbers Racket
A majority of Pennsylvanians believe it is their right as citizens to obtain government information with few restrictions, a new Franklin & Marshall poll concluded.
New F&M poll: Pennsylvania voters split on fracking
Pennsylvania voters are split nearly down the middle on an environmental issue that could be vital in the 2020 presidential election. Registered voters in the Keystone State have no clear consensus on the costs and benefits of natural gas extraction, including the hydraulic drilling technique known as fracking, results from a new Franklin & Marshall […]
Biden still Pennsylvania Democrats’ top choice to face Trump in 2020, new poll finds
U.S. Sens. Elizabeth Warren, of Massachusetts, and Bernie Sanders, of Vermont, polled at 18 percent and 12 percent, respectively.
Poll: More than half of Pa. voters support Trump impeachment inquiry | Thursday Morning Coffee
Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. With the U.S. House set to vote this Thursday on a Democrat-authored resolution laying out the next steps in an ongoing impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump, voters in a key 2020 battleground state say they support that investigation. Fifty-seven percent of registered voters in a new Franklin & Marshall […]
Majority of Pennsylvania voters want legal cannabis, poll shows — just not in state stores
The poll released Thursday shows 58 percent of voters support legalization, a number consistent with March polling by the Lancaster-based college.
After El Paso, Dayton, Franklin & Marshall poll finds strong support for new gun laws
Nearly two-thirds (64 percent) of the 627 respondents contacted by the Lancaster County-based school say they "strongly" or "somewhat" favor "new laws that regulate gun ownership," compared to 33 percent who oppose new controls. Three percent of respondents were undecided.