A poll from the Wilkes-Barre Times-Leader shows the GOP up in both big statewide races, but by smaller margins than those in every other poll this fall:
The poll shows that if the election were to be held now, Corbett would receive 38 percent of the votes and Onorato would get 37 percent. The poll shows 25 percent of those surveyed as undecided.
In the lieutenant governor’s race, Cawley is favored over Conklin, 29 percent to 25 percent, with nearly half of the participants – 46 percent – undecided.
The race for U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter’s seat is also close – Toomey received 40 percent of the respondent’s votes to 36 percent for Sestak and 24 percent undecided.