Most Democrats haven't made up their mind for Pennsylvania's primary

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April 3, 2014 3:39:27 PM PDT
With less than 2 months before the Democratic gubernatorial primary in Pennsylvania, it appears most Democrats still haven't made up their mind on who should get their vote.

The latest Franklin and Marshall poll shows that of those who have decided, the overwhelming majority are throwing their support behind Tom Wolf who comes in with 33%. Allyson Schwartz, Rob McCord and Katie McGinty are all neck and neck in the single digits.

However, this race is still open because 46% of Democrats haven't decided who they will vote for when it comes to governor.

While Democrats are still working through for whom they will vote, they do have a clear opinion on the state of Pennsylvania.

When asked 'Are we headed in the right direction?' most of the respondents -- 66% -- think the state is off track. The big issues for this election haven't changed: Education is tops followed by the economy and job market.

If you're still making up your mind, 6abc will host a debate with all the Democratic candidates for governor Saturday, May 10th at 5pm.

The Democratic primary is Tuesday, May 20th.


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