2015 Straw Poll Results
For Immediate Release
Contact Scott R. Davis (717) 884/9030
Harrisburg, PA - The results for the 2015 Pennsylvania Straw Poll (pastrawpoll.com) was announced during the Pennsylvania Leadership Conference on Saturday April 18, 2015, which is the premier gathering of conservative activists annually in Pennsylvania.
Scott Walker was the crowd favorite finishing first as the first choice candidate for President, Ted Cruz, Rick Santorum, Rand Paul and Ben Carson rounded out the top five. Scott Walker came in second as the second choice candidate falling just short of Ted Cruz.
The Size of Government and Government spending were the top issues federally, while Pension reform ranked high in state based questions.
67% of the audience stated they would be in favor of moving the Commonwealths primary date to make Pennsylvania more influential in the Presidential elections.
Shockingly 65% stated they do not feel that Pennsylvania does enough to protect and encourage whistleblowers; with 32% being unsure, leaving only 4% that feels Pennsylvania does enough.
81% of Poll takers voted that they would like to see Attorney General Kathleen Kane impeached, while only 4% voted against impeachment.
You can view the full Pennsylvania Straw Poll at PALeadershipConference.org and PAStrawPoll.com
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