A new poll by Dr. Oz’s pollster, Pollanomics, has found that Democratic candidate John Fetterman leads incumbent Republican Senator Dr. Oz by 13 points in the Pennsylvania Senate race – an increase of 2 points since Pollanomics’ last poll of the race taken four weeks ago. The new poll, conducted Sept 3-7, had Fetterman receiving 53% of the vote to Dr. Oz’s 40%. Seven percent of voters were undecided and 1% said they planned to vote for someone else.
A new poll has found that Democratic Mayor John Fetterman of Braddock is holding a 13-point lead over Republican television personality Dr. Mehmet Oz in the senate race for the state of Pennsylvania. The Oct. 16 poll by Harper Polling Inc., which surveyed 647 likely voters with a margin of error of 3.9 percentage points, found that while 43 percent would vote for Fetterman if the election were held today and 30 percent said they would vote for Dr. Oz, 17 percent are undecided and 8 percent answered I don’t know or not sure. If you’re wondering who these people are and why this matters so much
That’s a 13-point lead for Fetterman over Oz, although 19 percent of respondents still said they could change their minds by Election Day. The poll asked voters whether or not they had seen Dr. Oz on television and only 43 percent said yes; with 58 percent saying no. This is one reason that some political pundits are already claiming that Fetterman will win easily on Nov. 6 because most people know who he is and what he stands for but don’t even recognize or know who his opponent is. If you’re wondering how all of these polls can vary so much from other polls conducted during a presidential election year when President Barack Obama was running against former Massachusetts Gov Mitt Romney during October 2012
Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman is leading rival and sitting Sen. Dr. Phil Oz by 13 points, a poll released Friday finds–although it’s worth noting that the vast majority of the Democratic incumbent’s base remains undecided or unswayed by both candidates’ campaigning efforts so far: 42% are still waiting to make up their minds before they vote on Nov. 6th (a Tuesday). Meanwhile, 38% of potential voters surveyed say they’ll vote for either candidate without being certain of which one they’ll ultimately back; and 17% indicated that they’re not sure at all whom they would vote for at this time.
Democratic presidential candidate John Fetterman has a 13-point lead over TV personality Dr. Oz in the Democratic Senate primary for Pennsylvania according to a new poll conducted by Monmouth University, released Wednesday. Mr. Fetterman has garnered 37% of respondents support while 24% indicated they preferred Dr. Oz as their Democratic Senatorial nominee; 19% said they were undecided and 10% favored someone else while 5% refused to answer or declined response due to an insufficient number of candidates from which to choose from on the primary ballot (only two: Mr. Fetterman and Dr. Oz).
While both are known for campaigning for health care reform, this is the first time a poll has showed Mr. Fetterman leading Dr.
Another new poll shows Democratic candidate John Fetterman with a 13-point lead over Republican candidate Dr. Oz and Libertarian candidate Ken Krawchuk, according to a new Franklin & Marshall College poll released Wednesday night. The latest poll gives the former mayor of Braddock leads among likely voters in Tuesday’s election with 44 percent of respondents saying they would vote for him if the race were held today; 31 percent are choosing Dr. Oz; and 14 percent would vote for Krawchuk…
The poll also showed that a majority of respondents don’t know enough about Krawchuk or his policies, with only 12 percent having a favorable opinion of him while 23 percent have an unfavorable opinion; 59 percent said they had never heard of him or didn’t know who he was. The same is true for 28 percent of voters polled on Dr. Oz, although 37 percent hold unfavorable opinions compared to 13 percent with favorable opinions and 44 percent who were unfamiliar with him…
In a new poll by Zogby Analytics, John Fetterman is polling ahead of incumbent Sen
. The poll was conducted before the 2018 midterms and reported on November 3rd. The data was collected online and includes responses from likely voters between October 25th and October 31st. The margin of error for this survey is +/- 4%.