Lt. Gov. John Fetterman held a 13% lead over Dr. Oz in the latest Franklin & Marshall College poll.
In the survey, Fetterman earned the support of 76% of Democrats, while Oz's GOP support sat at 62%.
As a result of Sen. Pat Toomey's decision to retire, the Pennsylvania race is an open-seat contest.
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Pennsylvania Democratic Lt. Gov. John Fetterman has a 13-point lead over Republican Mehmet Oz in the state's open-seat Senate race, according to a recently-released Franklin & Marshall College poll.
The survey showed Fetterman with 43% support among registered voters in the Keystone State, while Oz earned 30%; twenty percent of respondents were undecided.
An Emerson College poll released earlier this week showed Fetterman leading Oz 48%-44%. »