Quinnipiac University Polling Institute
A new poll suggests that Pennsylvania voters are cool to the idea of changing the way the state awards its electoral votes in presidential elections.
Eighty percent of poll respondents said male politicians would be more likely than females to produce a sex scandal while in office.
In Quinnipiac’s last two polls, in April and June, voters were sharply divided in their opinion of Governor Corbett’s job performance. But that was during the heat of debate over cuts in the new state budget.
A new Quinnipiac University poll shows the battle over the nation’s debt in Washington has left everyone in the process on the “outs” with Pennsylvania voters.
New Jersey residents love those nearby beaches, but a new poll finds that they hate not having access to restrooms “down the shore.”
The latest Quinnipiac University poll finds that, for the first time, more respondents disapprove of Christie’s performance in office than approve of it.
The new Quinnipiac University poll shows that 39 percent of Pennsylvania voters approve of Gov. Corbett’s job performance while 38 percent disapprove.
In the latest Quinnipiac University Poll — the first since the death of Bin Laden — the president’s approval rating is now 52 percent, the highest it’s been in two years.
Only 39 percent of Pennsylvania voters approve of the job that Governor Tom Corbett is doing, while his disapproval rating of 37 percent has more than tripled since the school’s last poll.
The Quinnipiac University Polling Institute says three out of four voters like President Obama personally but only 42 percent say they like his policies.
The findings of the new Quinnipiac University poll, just released, includes what nearly 2,000 people think about government shutdowns — and public-sector labor unions.
What do Pennsylvanians think about President Obama, his programs and policies, and one of his most important allies in the US Senate — Bob Casey of Pennsylvania?
A new poll shows that Pennsylvania voters generally like the state’s new governor — those, that is, who have any opinion of him at all.
One year into his term, registered voters are giving Christie a pair of “thumbs ups.”
A new Quinnipiac University Poll finds broad support among Pennsylvanians for selling off the state liquor store system.