The second big Pennsylvania Democratic Senate primary poll of the morning confirms the race is extremely close in it’s final days. But where today’s Quinnipiac poll showed Sen. Arlen Specter leading Rep. Joe Sestak by two points (44-42), the new poll from Franklin & Marshall College shows Sestak with the advantage. The poll shows Sestak with a 38-36 lead. Around 15% are still undecided the May 18 primary contest, according to the F&M results.
The F&M poll was conducted between May 3-9 among 404 Democratic voters. The margin of error is 4.9%.
The current TPM Poll Average for the primary — including both of this morning’s big poll releases — shows Specter in the by a margin of 43.7-43.0.
Note: This post has been updated.
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