What Pa. voters are saying in latest F&M poll

Trump, marijuana, red flag laws are significant questions in poll

  • Scott LaMar

The latest Franklin and Marshall College poll released this week indicates most Pennsylvanians favor an impeachment inquiry into President Trump and don’t believe Trump should be re-elected. Not surprisingly, the poll results fall along political party lines.

On the Democratic side, former Vice President Joe Biden leads Sen. Elizabeth Warren in the race to take on President Trump in next year’s election. That’s even though national polls have shown Warren pulling even with Biden.

Legalization of marijuana and red flag laws that would affect gun owners deemed to be a danger to themselves or others are two other high profile issues that are addressed in the poll.

Franklin and Marshall College political analyst and pollster Dr. G. Terry Madonna appears on Friday’s Smart Talk to discuss the poll results and provide perspective.

Terry Madonna

Smart Talk

FILE PHOTO: Dr. G. Terry Madonna appears on Smart Talk.

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