HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA -- Pennsylvania voters are split on whether the U.S. Senate should confirm Elena Kagan as a Supreme Court Justice.
According to the latest "Rasmussen Reports," survey of likely Pennsylvania voters, 34% believe Kagan should be confirmed, while 33% think she shouldn't and another 33% are not sure.
The survey points out that not knowing much about Kagan is a factor.
33% of those surveyed have a favorable opinion on Kagan, while 39% look at her unfavorably and 28% are not sure.
The statewide phone survey was taken last week.
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