Pennsylvania is one of the states considered key in the mid-term elections that are held this Tuesday in the United States. Hence, this weekend Democrats and Republicans have turned to the final stretch of the campaign, with former presidents Donald Trump and Barack Obama, along with Joe Biden, as guest stars. This state holds great significance for all three: Obama won it in the 2008 and 2012 elections, Trump snatched it from the Democrats in 2016, and Biden won it back in 2020. The result that comes out of the polls in Pennsylvania could determine which party controls the Senate, just like what happens in Nevada, Arizona and Georgia. The majority can depend on a seat and the polls are very tight in these four states considered decisive. The Senate is now split 50-50 between Democrats and Republicans, but the chamber is in Democrat control because Vice President Kamala Harris casts the tiebreaker vote. There are 100 seats in all, two for each of the 50 states. Democrats need 14 seats to maintain their majority. The Republicans, 22 to take it away. How are the polls? According to The New York Times and Siena College, many voters want Republicans to take control of the Senate, but prefer a Democratic governor in their state (36 of the 50 states also elect their governor). The most recent survey, carried out by the specialized portal FiveThirtyEight, these would be the results: The closest race right now according to this survey is in Georgia, where the Republican senator, Herschel Walker, maintains a 0.1 advantage over the Democrat Raphael Warnock: 46.6% – 46.5%. In Pennsylvania, the results would also be very close with a difference of tenths: Democratic Governor John Fetterman, with 46.8% and former television presenter Mehmet Oz with 46.4 In Nevada, Republican Adam Laxalt would achieve 46.9% compared to 45.7% for Democratic Senator Catherine Cortez Masto. In Arizona, Democrat Mark Kelly exceeds his rival Blake Masters by 48.1 in voting intention %-46.9%. Trump questions future results Former President Trump and several Republican Party politicians have already questioned the future electoral results of these mid-term elections in the state of Pennsylvania, where the candidates of both parties are n tied. The tycoon has once again questioned the legitimacy of the electoral processes in the country and has affirmed that the elections “are rigged.” Former President Trump speaks during a rally on Saturday in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. Jeff Swensen / Getty However, a poll of The Washington Post and ABC News notes that 66% of Americans surveyed trust an accurate count, compared to 32% who do not.