A recent poll shows many Pennsylvanians support Gov. Tom Corbett's lawsuit against the NCAA over Penn State sanctions, but they are less enthusiastic about the way Corbett handled the university's child rape scandal.
An editorial by the Harrisburg Patriot News opines that Corbett won't earn a second term as a result of his controversial moves on issus such as electroral college politcs and mandatory vaginal ultrasounds for any Pennsylvania woman seeking an abortion.
Corbett did see a bump in his ratings after Hurricane Sandy.
A conservative activist notes that Corbett even needs to improve his standing among Republicans if he wants to be re-elected in 2014. Fresh ideas that win broad support will be key for Corbett, according to a Philadelphia Inquirer piece published Sunday.
So what do you think? Will Corbett win a second term? What should he do this year to improve his standing? Tell us in the comments section below.