Status quo in the statewide races, according to the latest Franklin & Marshall poll. Corbett leads in gov race, Toomey in Senate, but most voters remain undecided -- or even uniformed.
One thing is clear from the poll of 1,119 people conducted from March 15-21: A significant majority of registered Democrats and Republicans are still not paying attention to the race to replace Gov. Rendell this year.
Corbett still holds a steady lead of 28 percent to 4 percent over state Rep. Sam Rohrer in the primary, but two-thirds of the registered Republicans in the poll don't know who they'll support.
It's worse for the Democrats, with seven out of 10 voters from that party still undecided in the poll. Allegheny County Executive Dan Onorato led in the poll at 11 percent, followed by 7 percent for state Auditor General Jack Wagner, 5 percent for Montgomery County Commissioner Joe Hoeffel and 4 percent for state Sen. Anthony Williams of Philadelphia.
Specter 32 (-1 vs. last poll in Feb.)
Sestak 12 (-4)
Und 52 (+8)
Toomey 33 (+4 vs. last poll in Feb.)
Specter 29 (-4)
Und 32 (+3)
Toomey 27 (+2)
Sestak 19 (-3)
Und 49 (+2)
Onorato 11 (+5 vs. last poll in Feb.)
Wagner 7 (+1)
Hoeffel 5 (-1)
Williams 4 (+3)
Und 71 (-1)
Corbett 28 (+2)
Rohrer 4 (nc)
Und 66 (+1)