A new poll shows Pennsylvania’s incumbent Democrats are in a strong position ahead of this year’s midterm elections.
It found 43 percent of voters in the Franklin and Marshall College survey believe Governor Tom Wolf is doing an “excellent” or “good” job in office, compared with 38 percent in a similar poll in September.
The boost came primarily from Democrats and Independents.
F&M’s Berwood Yost said it could be due to a lot of things.
For one, it might be disapproval of President Donald Trump—who has a steady 30 percent approval rating in the poll.