PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — For now, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are polling the best among Pennsylvania residents.

According to a new Franklin & Marshall College poll, Clinton holds a steady lead over Bernie Sanders. Donald Trump continues to lead on the Republican side, but the people in second and third place keep changing.

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Clinton is besting Sanders 48 percent to 27 percent. That lead, according to the poll, is very similar to the Democratic numbers from January.

Donald Trump is in first place with 22 percent, while three candidates continue to duke it out for the runner up position. Marco Rubio is at 16 percent, John Kasich stands at 15 percent and Ted Cruz trails close behind at 12 percent.

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The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that the situation on the Republican side is fluid, meaning no one is quite sure what will happen. If one of the trailing nominees drops out, their supporters may switch to someone other than Trump, which could knock him out of first place.

On another note, two of three registered voters believe the state is “on the wrong track,” and nearly half say that government and politicians are the biggest problems facing Pennsylvania.

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