September 22, 2010


Toomey Keeps Lead in Pennsylvania

A new Quinnipiac poll in Pennsylvania shows Pat Toomey (R) now leads Rep. Joe Sestak (D) by seven points among likely voters in the race for U.S. Senate, 50% to 43%.

Said pollster Peter Brown: "Toomey's lead among independents is why he is ahead. With only 7% of the likely voters undecided and another 14% who are for a candidate saying they might change their mind, the battle for the Senate seat appears likely to come down to a relatively small number of voters and in the final weeks expect the campaigns to target their messages for those undecided and softly committed voters."










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