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Scripps Florida Senate Poll

Scripps Florida Senate Poll

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The result of a Scripps/Public Policy poll on the U.S. Senate race in Florida.
The result of a Scripps/Public Policy poll on the U.S. Senate race in Florida.

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October 17-18, 2012
Survey of 800 likely voters
October 17-18, 2012
Survey of 800 likely voters
3020 Highwoods Blvd.Raleigh, NC 27604information@publicpolicypolling.com / 888 621-69883020 Highwoods Blvd.Raleigh, NC 27604information@publicpolicypolling.com / 888 621-6988
Florida Survey Results
Q1
The candidates for President are DemocratBarack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney. Ifthe election was today, who would you votefor?47%
Barack Obama 
................................................
48%
Mitt Romney 
....................................................
4%
Undecided 
.......................................................
Q2
(Asked of Obama and Romney voters:)
Wouldyou say you strongly support your candidate,somewhat support your candidate, or do youthink you might change your mind beforeElection Day?93%
Strongly support 
..............................................
6%
Somewhat support 
..........................................
2%
Might change your mind 
..................................
Q3
Which candidate do you think will do a better job handling the economy?46%
Barack Obama 
................................................
49%
Mitt Romney 
....................................................
4%
Not sure 
..........................................................
Q4
Thinking about the presidential election, wouldyou say you are very enthusiastic, somewhatenthusiastic, not too enthusiastic, or notenthusiastic at all about voting?80%
Very enthusiastic 
.............................................
13%
Somewhat enthusiastic 
...................................
5%
Not too enthusiastic 
........................................
2%
Not enthusiastic at all 
.....................................
Q5
In determining how you will vote in November,what issue is most important for you:government ethics and corruption, jobs and theeconomy, energy policy, education, healthcare, immigration, national security and the waron terror, social security, taxes, or somethingelse?14%
Government ethics and corruption 
..................
51%
Jobs and the economy 
....................................
4%
Energy policy 
..................................................
6%
Education 
........................................................
13%
Health care 
.....................................................
2%
Immigration 
.....................................................
3%
National security and the War on Terror 
..........
3%
Social Security 
................................................
2%
Taxes 
..............................................................
3%
Something else/Not sure 
.................................
Q6
Did you watch the Presidential debate onTuesday night, or not?91%
Watched the debate 
........................................
9%
Did not watch the debate 
................................
Q7
Regardless of who you plan to vote for, who doyou think won the debate Tuesday?50%
Barack Obama 
................................................
42%
Mitt Romney 
....................................................
9%
Not sure 
..........................................................
Q8
Did Tuesday's debate make you more likely tovote for Barack Obama than you were before,more likely to vote for Mitt Romney than youwere before, or did it not make a difference?31%
More likely to vote for Obama 
.........................
34%
More likely to vote for Romney 
.......................
35%
Made no difference 
.........................................
 
October 17-18, 2012
Survey of 800 likely voters
October 17-18, 2012
Survey of 800 likely voters
3020 Highwoods Blvd.Raleigh, NC 27604information@publicpolicypolling.com / 888 621-69883020 Highwoods Blvd.Raleigh, NC 27604information@publicpolicypolling.com / 888 621-6988
Q9
What has been the most influential factor indeciding who you’ll vote for President this year:political advertising, the conventions, thedebates, something else, you knew all alongwho you’d vote for, or you still don’t know whoyou’ll vote for?3%
Political advertising 
.........................................
7%
The conventions 
.............................................
19%
The debates 
....................................................
28%
Something else 
...............................................
42%
Known all along who I'll vote for 
......................
2%
Still don't know who I'll vote for 
......................
Q10
The candidates for U.S. Senate are DemocratBill Nelson and Republican Connie Mack IV. Ifthe election were today, who would you votefor?45%
Bill Nelson 
.......................................................
41%
Connie Mack IV 
..............................................
14%
Undecided 
.......................................................
Q11
Do you approve or disapprove of the way RickScott is handling his job as Governor?36%
Approve 
..........................................................
46%
Disapprove 
......................................................
19%
Not sure 
..........................................................
Q12
Do you support or oppose the creation ofcasinos in Florida, similar to those in AtlanticCity and Las Vegas?45%
Support 
...........................................................
41%
Oppose 
...........................................................
14%
Not sure 
..........................................................
Q13
If you are a woman, press 1. If a man, press 2.55%
Woman 
...........................................................
45%
Man 
.................................................................
Q14
If you are a Democrat, press 1. If a Republican,press 2. If you are an independent or identifywith another party, press 3.43%
Democrat 
........................................................
38%
Republican 
......................................................
20%
Independent/Other 
..........................................
Q15
If you are Hispanic, press 1. If white, press 2. IfAfrican-American, press 3. If other, press 4.16%
Hispanic 
..........................................................
65%
White 
..............................................................
14%
African-American 
............................................
5%
Other 
...............................................................
Q16
If you are 18 to 29 years old, press 1. If 30 to45, press 2. If 46 to 65, press 3. If you are olderthan 65, press 4.15%
18 to 29 
...........................................................
27%
30 to 45 
...........................................................
34%
46 to 65 
...........................................................
24%
Older than 65 
..................................................
Q17
What area of Florida do you live in: NorthFlorida or the Panhandle, Orlando area or theCentral Atlantic Coast, the Tampa Bay area,South Central Florida, or Miami and SouthFlorida?26%
North Florida or the Panhandle 
.......................
22%
Orlando area or Central Atlantic Coast 
...........
19%
Tampa Bay area 
..............................................
11%
South Central Florida 
......................................
22%
Miami or South Florida 
....................................
 
October 17-18, 2012
survey of 800 likely voters
October 17-18, 2012
survey of 800 likely voters
3020 Highwoods Blvd.Raleigh, NC 27604information@publicpolicypolling.com / 888 621-69883020 Highwoods Blvd.Raleigh, NC 27604information@publicpolicypolling.com / 888 621-6988
Crosstabs
 BaseGenderWomanManObama/RomneyBarack ObamaMitt RomneyUndecided 47%
50% 44%
48%
45% 52%
4%
5% 3%
 BaseGenderWomanManStrongly/SomewhatSupport Candidateor Might ChangeMind?Strongly supportSomewhat supportMight change yourmind 93%
93% 92%
6%
5% 6%
2%
2% 2%
 BaseGenderWomanManBetter on Econ.Barack ObamaMitt RomneyNot sure 46%
48% 44%
49%
47% 52%
4%
5% 4%
 BaseGenderWomanManVoter EnthusiasmVery enthusiasticSomewhatenthusiasticNot too enthusiasticNot enthusiastic atall 80%
81% 78%
13%
11% 15%
5%
5% 5%
2%
3% 1%

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