Monday, November 06, 2006

Strategic Vision -- Santorum Down 12, Rendell Up 23

Strategic Vision released a second poll in a week on the Pennsylvania contest. I guess those silent voters still aren't talking, because Santorum's deficit has fallen to 12%, compared to the ten-point gap of a week ago. In the latest SV survey, 1200 likely voters said, in interviews taken between November 2 and 4, that 52% would pull Casey's lever, 40% Santorum's, and eight percent asked "What's a lever?". Last week, 12% were swtill clueless and the ones making up their minds all went to the challenger.

In the Gubernatorial race, Rendell's smackdown of Lynn Swann is approaching landslide proportions, with 58% in Fast Eddie's camp, 35% in Swann's, and 7% can't figure out how to get off the turnpike.

2 comments:

PSoTD said...

Irony: Swann can probably successfully run for public office in this state again if he wants. Santorum probably can't.

A Big Fat Slob said...

That's a good point. It is the difference between an incubent and a challenger losing. ALthough, recall that Bill Clinto lost his reelection bid for Governor and then came back and won the office again the next time around.

Then again, Santorum is no Bill Clinton.