Despite months of higher visibility aimed at boosting his image, Gov. Tom Corbett remains stuck with low approval ratings, a new Franklin & Marshall College poll released Tuesday found.
That could endanger his re-election chances if he doesn’t rebound, said the poll’s director G. Terry Madonna, Ph.D.
Only one in four (25 percent) of Pennsylvania registered voters rated Corbett’s job performance as excellent or good. The same number believe he deserves re-election; only about three in 10 (29 percent) view him favorably.