PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pennsylvanians are split on the future of the fracking industry.

A Franklin and Marshall College poll found 48 percent of voters favor a statewide ban on fracking while 39 percent oppose such a ban.

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The major divide is by location.

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Sixty-one percent of people in Allegheny County want fracking to be banned across the state.

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But only 28 percent in the rest of Southwestern Pennsylvania are in favor of a ban.