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President Biden’s job approval is dropping in Pa.: F&M Poll

The F&M poll, released Thursday morning, found roughly one out of three (32%) registered voters in Pennsylvania said Biden is doing an “excellent” or “good” job as president. The numbers represent a substantial decline in the past few months.

By Ron Southwick/PennLive

F&M poll shows a majority of conservative Pennsylvanians view 1/6 attack negatively

State and congressional Republicans have all but avoided talking about the attack, and Franklin and Marshall College poll results offer some insight on that.

By Sam Dunklau

Franklin & Marshall statewide poll points to dissatisfaction with current election laws

Smart Talk will analyze the complete poll results with Berwood Yost, director of the Center for Opinion Research at Franklin and Marshall College.

By Merideth Bucher

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Latest F&M poll shows Wolf job rating drop, broad support for controversial voting law changes

Wolf’s job rating dropped 13 percentage points from about a year ago, while most respondents favor tougher voter ID and ballot signature requirements despite partisan tension over the issues.

By Sam Dunklau

Majority of voters say Pa. congressmen should not have voted against certifying state’s election results

The figure could spell trouble for future statewide candidates that endorse the move.

By Sam Dunklau

Pa. Republicans have lost voters this year, but it may not make a difference in upcoming elections.

Democrats in Pennsylvania hold a registration advantage, even though the GOP had narrowed it the last two decades.

By Sam Dunklau

Latest F&M poll shows more than half of Pa. voters will cast ballots in-person on Election Day

The survey of 558 likely voters also showed more than two-thirds are confident in their county’s ability to accurately tabulate mail-in votes.

By Sam Dunklau

‘I’d be nuts not to be anxious’: Pa. college administrators prepare for unpredictable fall semester

Coronavirus testing, online instruction, and the ability to turn on a dime are central to reopening plans
By Benjamin Pontz