Is there some reason why it should not be? If you are a PA resident and/or the rental property or source of royalty income is located in that state, then you're required to report the income and expenses from that property on your state return.
Your federal information should flow to your state. If you do have rental and royalties in your federal return then you should expect to see them in your state return as well included in the calculation of your state income tax.
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You are correct, however it is pulling the same property data twice. I only entered one property on my Federal and there should only be one on my PA40. Section 1Property Description on my Schedule E should only have data populated in row A, not both A & B.
Just a wild guess, (I'm not that familiar with PA state returns) but it sounds to me like you may have the same rental property entered twice on your federal return. Go back to the federal and work through the Rental & Royalty Income (SCH E) section again. Confirm there's only one rental property listed. I suspect you may have the same rental property entered twice. If so, delete the one with the incorrect or incomplete data. THen you "may" have to start over on the state return so that it will import again, correctly.