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The U.S. Supreme Court. (credit: Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Experts Weigh In On Affirmative Action Ban In College Admissions Ruling

The U.S. Supreme Court upheld a voter referendum banning use of race in admissions at state-run universities in Michigan. Some experts believe the ruling could lead to more states taking a similar road.


Tom Corbett (file photo by KYW's Tony Romeo)

Governor Corbett’s Approval Rating Hits New Low In Latest Poll

Governor Corbett’s job approval ratings hit some record lows in a new poll released today by Franklin and Marshall College.


file photo by KYW's Tony Hanson

Poll: Citizens Like Nutter, Not His Job Performance

A new poll of Philadelphia residents shows they’re of two minds when it comes to Mayor Nutter: they like the guy, but are not wild about the job he has done as mayor.


President Obama's support for Joe Sestak may not be enough. (credit: Getty Images)

Report: Uphill Battle For Democrats On Election Day

With 5 days left, some very troubling survey reports are creating a fright night scenario for people in office and those who want to serve.



New Polls Show Shifts In Two Races

A new Franklin and Marshall College Poll shows Republican Pat Toomey reestablishing his lead over Democrat Joe Sestak. In New Jersey, a Monmouth University survey shows Jon Runyan taking his first lead over Democrat John Adler.


Poll Shows Close Race Between Meehan, Lentz

A new Franklin and Marshall College poll shows a close race in Pennsylvania’s 7th congressional district between Republican Pat Meehan and Democrat Bryan Lentz.