According to a Fox News poll, Oz supporters are uninterested in the Pennsylvania Senate race.

 According to a Fox News poll, Oz supporters are uninterested in the Pennsylvania Senate race.

According to a Fox News poll, Oz supporters are uninterested in the Pennsylvania Senate race.

Pennsylvania is not interested in the talking point that Republicans may lose the Senate by nominating ineffective candidates "Shaw claims "The mood is gloomy, the president's approval ratings are low, and the issue environment favors the GOP, but their candidate is chasing 10 points because Republicans aren't convinced he's capable."


In terms of personal finances, 52 percent believe their situation is worse than it was two years ago, while 37 percent believe it is about the same. Fewer Pennsylvanians, 10%, are doing better – and that figure rises to 16% among Democrats.

Keystone voters prefer Democrat Josh Shapiro over Republican Doug Mastriano in the race to replace term-limited Gov. Tom Wolf by a 50-40 percent margin.

Far more Shapiro supporters (69 percent) are enthusiastic about supporting him than Mastriano supporters (49 percent), and Shapiro has a higher favorable rating among voters overall (51 percent favorable, 34 percent unfavorable) than Mastriano (38 percent -48 percent ).


This Fox News survey, conducted by Beacon Research (D) and Shaw & Company (R) from July 22-26, 2022, includes interviews with 908 Pennsylvania registered voters who were randomly selected from a statewide voter file and spoke with live interviewers on both landlines and cellphones. The margin of sampling error for the total sample is three percentage points.

Victoria Balara of Fox News contributed to this report.

It's difficult to overestimate Oz's need for Herculean rehabilitation in order to compete in this race "According to Democratic pollster Chris Anderson, whose firm Beacon Research conducts the Fox News poll alongside Republican Daron Shaw. "It's difficult to persuade voters to change their minds once they've decided they don't like you. Unfortunately for Pennsylvania voters, this likely means a heightened negative campaign in which Oz attempts to bring Fetterman down."

President Biden won the Keystone state by a narrow margin (less than two percentage points) in 2020, while former President Trump won the state by an even narrower margin (less than one point) in 2016. Today, Trump (44 percent favorable, 54 percent unfavorable) is slightly more popular in Pennsylvania than Biden (44 percent favorable, 54 percent unfavorable) (42 percent -57 percent ). A larger disparity exists in that 64 percent of Republicans strongly support Trump, while 40 percent of Democrats support Biden.

Fetterman leads Oz by 30 points among the small but vocal group of voters who oppose both Biden and Trump.

The issues may be one bright spot for Oz. Inflation is the top concern for Pennsylvania voters, with 27 percent saying it will be the most important factor in deciding their Senate vote – more than double the number who prioritize abortion as the second most important issue (14 percent ). The top issue for one in ten people is election integrity/voting rights (11 percent ).

Voters who prioritize inflation prefer Oz (by 39 points), while those who prioritize abortion and election integrity/voting rights prefer Fetterman (by 56 points and 35 points respectively).

Among Fetterman supporters, abortion is the most important issue (21 percent), followed by election integrity/voting rights (14%), inflation (12%), and guns (13%). (11 percent ). In comparison, nearly half of those supporting Oz say inflation is their top concern (45 percent), with no other issue reaching double digits.

NEW: Fox News Poll Finds Oz Supporters Unenthusiastic About Pennsylvania Senate Race

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Democrats have the upper hand in battleground Pennsylvania because Republican candidates have yet to close the deal with Republican voters.

According to a Fox News poll released Thursday, Democrat John Fetterman leads Republican Mehmet Oz by 11 points in the U.S. Senate race, 47 percent to 36 percent. Three percent support independent candidate Everett Stern, while the remaining thirteen percent support someone else or are undecided.


The candidates are vying to replace retiring Republican Senator Pat Toomey.

Consolidating GOP support is a major issue for Oz. Republicans are 16 points less loyal to him (73 percent) than Democrats are to Fetterman (89 percent ). In terms of favorable ratings, Democrats rate Fetterman higher (88 percent) than Republicans rate Oz (67 percent ).

Only 35% of those who support Oz say they do so enthusiastically, while 45% have reservations. Fetterman has 68 percent enthusiastic support and only 18 percent hesitation.

Both candidates have flaws: Oz is mocked as a carpetbagger from New Jersey, and Fetterman had a stroke earlier in the campaign. However, twice as many people (52 percent) are concerned that Oz isn't familiar enough with the state to be an effective senator as are concerned that Fetterman isn't healthy enough to serve (23 percent ). This divide holds true among party members, with roughly three times as many Republicans (22 percent) concerned about Oz's ability to perform as Democrats are about Fetterman (8 percent ).

Oz leads men by 8 points, rural voters by 10 points, and White evangelical Christians by 48 points. Fetterman has a 27-point lead among women, a 33-point lead among moderates, and a 23-point lead among suburban voters.

Overall, Fetterman is more popular, with roughly half of voters favoring him (49 percent favorable, 34 percent unfavorable) and just over one-third favoring Oz (35 percent -55 percent ).

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