By Tony Romeo

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A new poll shows Governor Corbett is making little progress in cutting down the commanding lead held by his Democratic challenger, Tom Wolf.

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The newest Franklin and Marshall College Poll shows Democrat Tom Wolf holds a 20-point lead among likely voters (54-percent to 34-percent with about 12-percent still undecided).

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Wolf’s lead is slightly smaller, 18-percent, among all registered voters surveyed. Of those polled, 58-percent believe Wolf will win the election — just 19-percent think Corbett will win.

Just 28-percent of registered voters say the incumbent is doing a “good” or “excellent” job. Only 27-percent of independents say they believe Corbett deserves re-election.

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