The most recent Franklin and Marshall College poll finds that Pennsylvania voters are generally satisfied with how things are going in the state, and their personal lives.
Keystone voters also agree on several key issues; overhaul the state tax framework and get rid of the current property tax system. They also agree on how and who should pay for community police coverage.
Contrast this with how the electorate feels about the direction of the country and there is a little less optimism. The sentiment is split along party lines.
There are a few surprises in the poll results, as well. Like, the approval ratings for President Trump and which Democratic candidates top the survey.
Franklin and Marshall College political analyst and pollster Dr. G. Terry Madonna appears on Monday’s Smart Talk to discuss the poll results and provide perspective.
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