Six percent in Pennsylvania are looking at third option in up-coming Senate race according to a new Rasmussen Report poll.
Rasmussenreports.com reports, “Pennsylvania voters… 45% would vote for Toomey if the election were held today. 40% would vote for Specter, while 6% prefer a third option. 9% are undecided.”
That was in the match-up between Republican turned Democrat Senator Arlen Spector and Republican challenger Pat Toomey. The poll also asked voters where they would cast their votes if Senator Spector lost in the primary to Democratic challenger Joe Sestak and faced Pat Toomey. That was a toss-up at 38%-37% but the article did not say how many people would lean to a third choice in that race.