There is one candidate - in Pa and nationwide -- that Democrats and Republicans can both agree on. The name is "Don't Know."
CQ Politics looks on all the undecideds in the senate and gubernatorial races in the latest F&M Pennsylvania poll (and they've been leading in past ones too) and says the same thing has been happening elsewhere:
This is consistent with polls on key races in a number of states. For instance, a recent survey on the Florida governor's race showed just half of respondents stated an opinion on the two front-runner major party candidates, even though the Republican contender, Bill McCollum, is the state Attorney General, a former 10-term congressman and a two-time contender for U.S. Senate, and his Democratic rival, Alex Sink, was elected in 2006 to her current office of state chief financial officer.