(WHTM) – A new Pennsylvania Senate Race poll shows Democrat John Fetterman holding a double-digit lead over Republican Mehmet Oz.
Of the 1,206 voters recorded for the poll between July 29 and August 1, Fetterman received 47% to Oz’s 30% with 23% undecided, a 17% gap between Fetterman and Oz.
Oz’s support grew to 38% among likely voters, however, Fetterman’s support also grew among likely voters to 52%.
The poll found Oz with a 38% unfavorability rating to Fetterman’s 19%, while 45% had a somewhat or very favorable rating of Fetterman, Pennsylvania’s current Lieutenant Governor. Only 26% had a somewhat or very favorable rating for the former television personality Oz.
Fetterman also received 17% support from voters who supported Donald Trump in 2020, while the Trump-endorsed Oz received 63%. Only 6% of Biden voters said they would vote for Oz over Fetterman with 83% supporting Fetterman and 11% undecided.
The Center Street PAC poll was conducted the day after a Fox News poll found Fetterman with 47% support to Oz’s 36%.
FiveThirtyEight’s forecast model has Fetterman slightly favored to win the Senate race at a 67% chance. The model projects Fetterman to win the race with 50% to Oz’s projected 46.8%.
Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate election to replace retiring Republican Senator Pat Toomey is November 8.