Gov. Corbett is now in full re-election campaign mode but his popularity continues to tank. A Quinnipiac University Poll released this afternoon shows that 56 percent of registered voters in the state think Corbett doesn't deserve a second term next year.
The poll also found Corbett trailing the Democrats who want to challenge him in the 2014 general election. U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz leads Corbett 45-37 percent. A Democrat who has not even entered the race, former state Auditor General Jack Wagner, leads Corbett 48-36 percent.
State Treasurer Rob McCord puts up 42 percent against Corbett's 39 percent. Former state Secretary of Environmental Protection Katie McGinty leads Corbett 44-37 percent. Former state Revenue Secretary Tom Wolf leads Corbett 44-37 percent.
Corbett leads just one Democrat, former state Secretary of Environmental Protection John Hanger, 42-37 percent.