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Franklin & Marshall College Poll

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The Franklin & Marshall College Poll (formerly the Keystone Poll) is a Pennsylvania-based opinion poll. The poll tracks citizen opinion on politics, public affairs, public policy, and elections in Pennsylvania. The Franklin & Marshall College Poll first developed from a poll taken during the United States Senate special election in Pennsylvania, 1991, pitting incumbent Democrat Harris Wofford against former Pennsylvania Governor Dick Thornburgh. In 1992, the poll was formally inaugurated as the Keystone Poll at Millersville University of Pennsylvania, with Terry Madonna working as the director of the poll and Berwood Yost, as the head methodologist. Yost and Madonna took positions at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania in 2003, bringing the poll with them. The poll underwent two significant changes in 2008: it was renamed the Franklin & Marshall College Poll and it was expanded beyond its Pennsylvania roots to
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