The state’s election has been called a “waste of time” and the candidates have been given “no chance” to make the case for their respective parties, a new survey says.
The poll, by the Pennsylvania Public Policy Institute, surveyed 8,000 voters in all 50 states and found that the top two presidential candidates in the state are Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
The only Republican candidate to receive a majority of the votes in the poll was former Pennsylvania Gov.
Wolf’s support in the survey is “the lowest of any of the candidates,” PPPI President and CEO John Whitbeck said in a statement.
It’s no coincidence that Trump and Clinton have the lowest favorability ratings of any two candidates in this year’s election, according to PPPi.
The PPPis nonpartisan polling institute is a nonpartisan group that provides research and analysis on issues impacting the country.
The organization has previously conducted surveys in Pennsylvania and found Hillary Clinton with a slight edge in the polls.
The Trump campaign has taken the lead in the recent polling in the Keystone State.
The state is the most popular for Trump, but it also has the lowest approval ratings for both candidates, according, the study found.
The two candidates are tied at 45% approval in Pennsylvania.
The other top two candidates, Senator Ted Cruz of Texas and Governor John Kasich of Ohio, are each at 39%.
The state has seen a surge in the number of people voting absentee and has seen more than 40,000 provisional ballots cast so far this year.
A Pennsylvania election is scheduled for November 7.