Dr. Oz takes two point LEAD over John Fetterman in Pennsylvania with five days to go until midterms: Democrat’s support slows after THAT woeful debate as GOP momentum snowballs across US  

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  • A new poll shows Dr. Mehmet Oz overtakes Democrat rival John Fetterman for the first time – with only five days until the 2022 midterm
  • Oz leads Fetterman by 2% after scoring 5 points since September
  • The results come a week after their only debate, where the effects of Fetterman’s stroke were on full display.
  • questioned his fitness to serve as a US senator for Pennsylvania

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Dr. Mehmet Oz first overtook John Fetterman a few days before midterm and a week after his debate, where the effects of his Democratic opponent’s stroke were on full display.

The difference of two points — 48 percent to 46 percent — continues to improve for Oz, whose support for potential Pennsylvanian voters has increased by 5 percentage points since September, As polled by The Hill/Emerson College,

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It also reflects a national trend as Republicans rise to the polls, tying or outpacing their Democratic challengers in the days leading up to the election after a few months behind the polls.

Meanwhile, Fetterman’s support for the September vote increased by only 1 percent compared to the October 28-31 vote. The division between the two candidates is within a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percentage points of voting.

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Consistently, this particular poll has shown Fetterman, 53, ahead of Oz, 62.

A new poll from The Hill/Emerson College shows that Dr. Mehmet Oz has overtaken Democrat rival John Fetterman for the first time – with only five days until the 2022 midterm

The poll results come just a week after Fetterman (left) and Oz (right) debated where the effects of the Democratic nominee's May stroke were on full display.

The poll results come just a week after Fetterman (left) and Oz (right) debated where the effects of the Democratic nominee’s May stroke were on full display.

a real clear politics average Shows that Fetterman’s lead in all polls has dropped this week to just 0.2 percent, as he was leading between 4 and 10 percentage points for months.

Doubts grew after debate over Fetterman’s fitness for office after suffering a stroke in May that could be attributed to Oz moving to the 2022 midterm on November 8 with only five days until official Election Day Is.

Nearly 1 million voters – 962,810 to be precise – have cast their early mail-in ballots in the Pennsylvania election so far, According to a tracking by the United States Election Project,

Fetterman says he doesn’t regret arguing, but says he knew it wouldn’t be easy for him because he still has auditory issues and difficulty understanding speech.

‘I always thought it wasn’t going to be easy,’ Fetterman told CNN’s Don Lemon this week.

He said, ‘I thought it was important that I show up.’

Current projections suggest Republicans are taking a midterm majority in the Senate.  Oz Is Trying To Keep Retired Senator Pat Tommie's Seat Red

Current projections suggest Republicans are taking a midterm majority in the Senate. Oz Is Trying To Keep Retired Senator Pat Tommie’s Seat Red

The candidate insists that he will be better off as long as he is sworn in and says he has been ‘transparent’ about his recovery and struggles. However, he would not commit to allowing his doctors to give information to the press to prove his fitness for office.

Pennsylvania officials are warning that the results of Pennsylvania’s Senate, gubernatorial, US House and local races may not be known until ‘days’ after election day because a law allows counting of early ballots by the morning of November 8. does not allow.

The latest poll released Thursday shows 54 percent of Pennsylvania voters expect Oz to win, compared to only 47 percent who say they think the state’s current lieutenant governor, Fetterman, will be victorious.

It comes only a week after Fetterman’s face-off with Oz in a Pennsylvania Senate debate.

Fetterman’s rocky performance followed an interview with NBC News where a camera angle revealed that the Democratic nominee was to use real-time closed captioning as an aid to understanding the questions he was asking.

He says his ‘transparency’ about the struggles in the months following his stroke should comfort voters and prove he’s not lying when he says he serves as US senator for Pennsylvania. are fit to serve.

John Fetterman makes remarks during a rally at Penn State University in the State College of Pennsylvania on Wednesday

Dr. Mehmet Oz speaks during a campaign event at Ironstone Ranch in Stone Gables in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania on Wednesday

Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman (left) has consistently voted ahead of Trump-backed celebrity surgeon Dr. Mehmet Oz (right) – but margins have narrowed in the days before election day

Oz’s public appearance is much greater than that of Fetterman.

The former television doctor and celebrity surgeon has had years to hone his on-camera and public persona. So, debates and public appearances show Oz in his element, while Fatterman—the sweat-shirt-clad, heavily tattooed candidate—seems more uncomfortable and awkward.

The two are competing to take the seat of retired Republican Senator Pat Tommy, whom Republicans are trying to keep red and Democrats are attempting to turn blue in an effort to consolidate their majority in the upper house.

Pennsylvania is a battleground that could determine which party controls the Senate in 2023.

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