Thursday, May 31, 2012

Florida survey show Charlie Crist walloping Rick Scott

The quarterly Florida Omnibus Survey TM included a question to test a hypothetical gubernatorial match-up between Republican Rick Scott and Charlie Crist, running as the Democrat Party’s nominee.

The results indicate that, overall, 34% of voters in Florida would vote to re-elect Governor Scott, while a plurality of 48% would opt for challenger Crist, running as a Democrat. 

The remaining 18% of voters were either undecided or volunteered that they prefer other candidates. 

As the graphic insert illustrates, while Scott leads among Republican voters, his net advantage is only 39%, while Crist has a net advantage of 61% among Democrat voters and 30% among independents and voters of other minor parties or those who are unaffiliated.

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