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July 26, 2016


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Harry Hayfield

You have said that you are voting for Trump / Clinton (alternate) at the presidential election. Are you voting for that candidate to stop another candidate from winning or because you want that candidate to win?

So far three candidates have received the nomination of their parties, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and Gary Johnson, can you tell me which party has nominated which candidate?

Do you believe that Donald Trump can win Pennsylvania in November? (listed by rural / urban and mining family / non mining family)


Wawa v. Sheetz


2016 Attorney General: Josh Shapiro (D) vs. John Rafferty (R)
2018 Senate: Bob Casey (D) vs. Charlie Dent (R)
2018 Governor: Tom Wolf (D) vs. Jim Cawley (R)


I think the respectful thing to do would be to poll the late Harambe against Clinton and Trump.

Also: Which Rocky movie is your favorite?




Thanks PPP for being so interactive, Pennsylvania resident here so I would love to see where others in my state stand on these issues:

1. Does the DNC convention being held in Philadelphia make you more likely, less likely or indifferent to vote for Hillary Clinton in November?
2. Regardless of who you intend to vote for, which convention do you believe had better unity? (Republican or Democrat, Equal, Unsure)
3. Regardless of who you intend to vote for, which convention have you paid more attention to? (Republican or Democrat, Equal, None)
4. Favorable/Unfavorable of both Tim Kaine (Democrat) and Mike Pence (Republican)
5. Do you believe that US trade deals have been good, bad, or indifferent to you and your family?
6. NAFTA/TPP approval rating (Positive, Negative, Unsure)
7. What is more concerning: Possible Trump ties with Russia or DNC email leaks depicting potential favoritism of Clinton over Sanders?
8. In your opinion, does Donald Trump have a real chance at flipping Pennsylvania, which has voted Democrat since 1992, red in November?

Thanks!! Hope you consider some of these!

Alex Y

Break this poll down by zip code. Curious how Trump is doing in the Scranton area and SW PA vs Chester County/ Philly burbs compared to 2012.

Joseph Kressler

Would you support a legislation that would prohibit discrimination based on an individual’s sexual orientation or gender identity or expression?

This piece of legislation last session received 97 cosponsors in the House and in the Senate 25. This bill is back this year in both chambers.

2018 Governor Tom Wolf (D) Scott Wagner (R)
2018 Senate Casey (D) Tom Corbett (R)
2018 Senate Casey (D) Mike Kelly (R)


WHich of the seven sins do you think is the worst?
Greed, Lust, Sloth, Hubris (Pride), Envy, Anger (Wrath), Gluttony

I'm guessing R's would select Sloth and Lust
D's would select Greed and Hubris and maybe Anger


PA-12: Erin McClelland (D) or Keith Rothfus (R)


What is your primary television source for political news?
Fox News

Jefferson V

Do you have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of Michael Scott?

If the presidential election were held today, would you vote for Democrat Hillary Clinton, Republican Donald Trump, or Independent Michael Scott?

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