Hillary Clinton is noticeably more popular in Pennsylvania following the Democratic National Convention, but still has a net negative favorability rating.
A newly released Public Policy Polling survey said 40 percent of Pennsylvanians have a positive view of Clinton, and 53 percent have a negative view, giving her a net -13 favorability rating. But that's an improvement from June, when she was at -21 (35-56).
Donald Trump's favorability also rose over the last month, but he too is still in negative territory, at -20 (36-56).
The PPP survey found that Clinton still has a narrow 3 percentage point lead over Trump in Pennsylvania in a four-way match-up, 45-42. Four percent go to Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson and 2 percent pick Green Party nominee Jill Stein. In a head-to-head matchup, Clinton leads Trump by 4 points: 49-45.
Those numbers are statistically the same as they were in June, ahead of both conventions. In June, Clinton led Trump 46 percent-42 percent head-to-head.
The survey of 1,505 likely voters was conducted July 29-31, carrying a margin of error of plus or minus 2.5 percentage points.