President Barack Obama's lead over Governor Mitt Romney has widened to 11 points in Pennsylvania - indication that the Keystone State might not be a swing state in the 2012 presidential contest.
But a bipartisan team of Philadelphia Inquirer pollsters said it's too early to concede the state to the incumbent.
Former Gov. Rendell said recently that he thinks Pennsylvania is still in play.
But both presidential candidates have pulled TV ads, leaving the airwaves to likely be dominated by statewide races as the Nov. 6 general election approaches.
Obama has a 14-point lead in New Jersey.