October 29, 2015

Thursday PA Capitol Digest NewsClips

A new Franklin & Marshall Poll released Thursday found 62 percent of voters believe the state is on the wrong track, an 8 point increase from 2 months ago.  Only 36 percent said Gov. Wolf was doing a good or excellent job, but 51 percent blamed state legislators for the ongoing budget impasse.
51 percent said indicted Attorney General Kathleen Kane should resign.
71 percent of voters say they support increases taxes on smokeless tobacco and cigars, 67 percent favored a tax on natural gas.  Only 25 percent supported an increase in personal income tax and 34 percent supported an expanded sale tax.
52 percent of Democratic voters prefer Hillary Clinton and only 18 percent of Bernie Sanders.  23 percent favored Trump and 22 percent supported Ben Carson.  Jeb Bush was down at 3 percent.
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