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Florida Report, Sep 30,2012 1

Florida Report, Sep 30,2012 1

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Published by Doug Kaplan
The contest for the presidential office continues to be close, Obama holding a 49.0% to 48.4% advantage over Romney. TheSenate race is also just as close, with Nelson possessing a 43.1% to
43.0% lead, with 13.9% of likely voters still undecided.
In addition to the President and Senate races, the poll addressed some local issues.
other issues relevant to the nation as a whole and to voters in Florida.
The contest for the presidential office continues to be close, Obama holding a 49.0% to 48.4% advantage over Romney. TheSenate race is also just as close, with Nelson possessing a 43.1% to
43.0% lead, with 13.9% of likely voters still undecided.
In addition to the President and Senate races, the poll addressed some local issues.
other issues relevant to the nation as a whole and to voters in Florida.

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Published by: Doug Kaplan on Oct 01, 2012
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Florida Results
For 9/29/2012 - 9/30/2012
Executive Summary
On September 29
th
– 30
th
,2012, Gravis Marketing, anon-partisan research firm,conducted a survey of 914likely voters in the state of Florida regarding theirlikely vote for a givenpresidential candidate,senate candidate, and othersocial and economic issuesimportant to voters. Thepoll carries a margin of error of 3.4%. A full listof the questions,summaries of theresponses, and the crosstabulations follow.Presidential raceThe contest for the presidential office continues to be close, with themost Obama holding a 49.0% to 48.4% advantage over Romney. TheSenate race is also just as close, with Nelson possessing a 43.1% to43.0% lead, with 13.9% of likely voters still undecided.In addition to the President and Senate races, the poll addressed someother issues relevant to the nation as a whole and to voters in Florida.
 Is America headed in the right direction?
Contact: Dou Kalan 407-242-1870
 
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ObamaRomneyUnsure/Other
   R   i  g   h   t   W  r  o  n  g   R   i  g   h   t   W  r  o  n  g   R   i  g   h   t   W  r  o  n  g   1   6 .   2   %   8   3 .   8   %9   5 .   6   %   4 .   4   %   6   3 .   8   %   3   6 .   2   %
U.S. Headed in Right Direction?34.9%38.2%27.0%Governor Scott's jobperformance
Scott's job performance?
PositiveNegativeUnsure/Other
Overall, likely voters indicated theythink America is on the wrong track,with 57.7% indicating American isheaded in the wrong direction and42.3% indicating they think America ison the right track. The issue is largelydivergent along party lines, with 95.6%of Republican indicating they think theNation is on the wrong track, while83.8% of Democrats indicating theythink America is on the right track.Among Independents, 63.8% think America is on the wrong track.
Governor Rick Scott’s job performance? 
On the whole, 34.9% indicated theythink positively of Governor Rick Scott’s job performance, whereas38.2% indicated they view his jobperformance as negative.
 Rick Scott vs. Charlie Crist? 
In a hypothetical race between Rick Scott and Charlie Crist, Scott comesout ahead among likely voters by a45.1% to 40.8% advantage.
Other hypothetical races between Rick Scott and challengers?
Among the two other hypotheticalraces the poll address, Scott holds a45.1% to 35.2% advantage againstAlex Sink and a 43.4% to30.8% lead against Buddy Dyer.
 
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35.2%45.1%19.8%Scott vs. Sink 
Alex Sink or Rick Scott?
Sink ScottOther/Unsure
 
43.4%30.8%25.8%Scott vs. Dyer
Rick Scott or Buddy Dyer?
ScottDyerOther/Unsure
What do you think about the case against George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin?
The final question of the polladdressed opinions regardingwhether Zimmerman is guilty of murder in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. Overall, 33.9% of individuals think Zimmerman isguilty of murder, while 32.1% do notthink he is guilty, 29.8% are unsure,and 4.1% don’t know enough aboutthe case. The results according tolikely presidential vote and race are reported in the following chart.
Presidentialrace
   G  u   i   l   t  y   N  o   t  g  u   i   l   t  y   U  n  s  u  r  e   D  o  n   '   t   k  n  o  w  e  n  o  u  g   h   W   h   i   t  e   B   l  a  c   k   H   i  s  p  a  n   i  c   A  s   i  a  n   W   h   i   t  e   B   l  a  c   k   H   i  s  p  a  n   i  c   A  s   i  a  n   O   t   h  e  r   W   h   i   t  e   B   l  a  c   k   H   i  s  p  a  n   i  c   A  s   i  a  n   O   t   h  e  r   W   h   i   t  e   B   l  a  c   k   H   i  s  p  a  n   i  c
ObamaRomneyUnsure/Other0%50%100%
   %  o   f   T  o   t  a   l
0%50%100%
   %  o   f   T  o   t  a   l
0%50%100%
   %  o   f   T  o   t  a   l
4.3%18.0%27.1%50.7%0.9%8.0%8.0%83.0%16.2%7.1%76.6%34.8%26.1%39.1%11.2%11.9%76.9%1.4%4.7%5.3%7.5%81.0%1.6%0.8%11.2%4.8%81.5%6.9%93.1%88.9%11.1%100.0%42.9%57.1%36.4%63.6%Zimmerman Case
Zimmerman guilty?
GuiltyNot guiltyUnsureDon't know enoughNote: the larger the dot, the larger the voting block.

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