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FMWB-Fulmer & Associates Aggregate Polling Study Report for Florida General Election

FMWB-Fulmer & Associates Aggregate Polling Study Report for Florida General Election

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Foster McCollum White & Associates______________________________________________________________________________________
Florida’s Presidential Preference,
Republican Vice Presidential selection impact,U.S. Senate General Election matchup and ForeignPolicy Intervention Exclusive Polling StudyPoll Methodology and StatisticsAggregate ResultsConducted byFoster McCollum White Baydoun(FMW)
 AndDouglas Fulmer & AssociatesAugust 18, 2012
Foster McCollum White & Associates______________________________________________________________________________________
State - Wide Aggregate Results (Weighted to projected age, gender & ethnicity of electorate, percentages do not all equal 100%)
1503 Respondents MOE +/- 2.53%Question 1:
 The 2012 United States Presidential election will be held on November 6, 2012. Who areyou more likely to vote for in the election?
(Barack Obama): 39.90%(Mitt Romney): 54.46%(Another candidate): 3.05%(Undecided): 4.72%
Barack ObamaMitt RomneyAnother CandidateUndecided
Foster McCollum White & Associates______________________________________________________________________________________
Question #2:
Republican nominee Mitt Romney has selected Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan as hisvice presidential nominee. Does the selection of Paul Ryan make you more or less likelyto vote for Mitt Romney in the United States Presidential election?(Paul Ryan makes you more likely to vote for Mitt Romney): 44.32%(Paul Ryan makes you somewhat likely to vote for Mitt Romney): 13.84%
Total likely to vote for Romney 58.16%
 (Paul Ryan makes you somewhat unlikely to vote for Mitt Romney): 10.64%(Paul Ryan makes you more unlikely to vote for Mitt Romney): 25.65%
Total unlikelyto vote for Romney 36.29%
 (If the pick makes no difference in your choice): 6.56%
Paul Ryan makes you morelikely to vote for RomneyPaul Ryan makes yousomewhat likely to vote forRomneyPaul Ryan makes yousomewhat unlikely to vote forRomneyPaul Ryan makes you moreunlikely to vote for RomneyPick makes no difference inyour choice

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