Florida Survey Results

Q1

The candidates for President are Democrat
Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney. If
the election was today, who would you vote
for?

Q5

Barack Obama................................................ 47%
Mitt Romney.................................................... 48%

Government ethics and corruption .................. 14%

Undecided....................................................... 4%

Q2

(Asked of Obama and Romney voters:) Would
you say you strongly support your candidate,
somewhat support your candidate, or do you
think you might change your mind before
Election Day?

Jobs and the economy.................................... 51%
Energy policy .................................................. 4%
Education........................................................ 6%
Health care ..................................................... 13%

Strongly support.............................................. 93%

Immigration ..................................................... 2%

Somewhat support.......................................... 6%

National security and the War on Terror.......... 3%

Might change your mind.................................. 2%

Q3

Social Security ................................................ 3%

Which candidate do you think will do a better
job handling the economy?

Taxes .............................................................. 2%

Barack Obama................................................ 46%
Mitt Romney.................................................... 49%

Something else/Not sure................................. 3%

Q6

Not sure .......................................................... 4%

Q4

Thinking about the presidential election, would
you say you are very enthusiastic, somewhat
enthusiastic, not too enthusiastic, or not
enthusiastic at all about voting?

In determining how you will vote in November,
what issue is most important for you:
government ethics and corruption, jobs and the
economy, energy policy, education, health
care, immigration, national security and the war
on terror, social security, taxes, or something
else?

Did you watch the Presidential debate on
Tuesday night, or not?
Watched the debate........................................ 91%
Did not watch the debate ................................ 9%

Q7

Regardless of who you plan to vote for, who do
you think won the debate Tuesday?

Very enthusiastic............................................. 80%

Barack Obama................................................ 50%

Somewhat enthusiastic ................................... 13%

Mitt Romney.................................................... 42%

Not too enthusiastic ........................................ 5%

Not sure .......................................................... 9%

Not enthusiastic at all ..................................... 2%

Q8

Did Tuesday's debate make you more likely to
vote for Barack Obama than you were before,
more likely to vote for Mitt Romney than you
were before, or did it not make a difference?
More likely to vote for Obama ......................... 31%
More likely to vote for Romney ....................... 34%
Made no difference ......................................... 35%

October 17-18, 2012
Survey of 800 likely voters

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Q9

What has been the most influential factor in
deciding who you’ll vote for President this year:
political advertising, the conventions, the
debates, something else, you knew all along
who you’d vote for, or you still don’t know who
you’ll vote for?
Political advertising ......................................... 3%
The conventions ............................................. 7%
The debates.................................................... 19%
Something else ............................................... 28%
Known all along who I'll vote for...................... 42%
Still don't know who I'll vote for ...................... 2%

Q10 The candidates for U.S. Senate are Democrat
Bill Nelson and Republican Connie Mack IV. If
the election were today, who would you vote
for?

Q14 If you are a Democrat, press 1. If a Republican,
press 2. If you are an independent or identify
with another party, press 3.
Democrat ........................................................ 43%
Republican...................................................... 38%
Independent/Other .......................................... 20%

Q15 If you are Hispanic, press 1. If white, press 2. If
African-American, press 3. If other, press 4.
Hispanic .......................................................... 16%
White .............................................................. 65%
African-American ............................................ 14%
Other............................................................... 5%

Q16 If you are 18 to 29 years old, press 1. If 30 to
45, press 2. If 46 to 65, press 3. If you are older
than 65, press 4.

Bill Nelson....................................................... 45%

18 to 29........................................................... 15%

Connie Mack IV .............................................. 41%

30 to 45........................................................... 27%

Undecided....................................................... 14%

46 to 65........................................................... 34%

Q11 Do you approve or disapprove of the way Rick
Scott is handling his job as Governor?
Approve .......................................................... 36%
Disapprove...................................................... 46%
Not sure .......................................................... 19%

Q12 Do you support or oppose the creation of
casinos in Florida, similar to those in Atlantic
City and Las Vegas?
Support ........................................................... 45%
Oppose ........................................................... 41%
Not sure .......................................................... 14%

Older than 65 .................................................. 24%

Q17 What area of Florida do you live in: North
Florida or the Panhandle, Orlando area or the
Central Atlantic Coast, the Tampa Bay area,
South Central Florida, or Miami and South
Florida?
North Florida or the Panhandle....................... 26%
Orlando area or Central Atlantic Coast ........... 22%
Tampa Bay area.............................................. 19%
South Central Florida ...................................... 11%
Miami or South Florida.................................... 22%

Q13 If you are a woman, press 1. If a man, press 2.
Woman ........................................................... 55%
Man................................................................. 45%

October 17-18, 2012
Survey of 800 likely voters

3020 Highwoods Blvd.
Raleigh, NC 27604
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Crosstabs

Gender

Gender
Base Wom an
Obam a/Rom ney
Barack Obam a 47%

50%

44%

Mitt Rom ney 48%

45%

52%

5%

3%

Undecided

4%

Base Wom an

Man

Strongly/Som ew hat
Support Candidate
or Might Change
Mind?
Strongly support 93%

93%

92%

Som ew hat support

6%

5%

6%

Might change your
m ind

2%

2%

2%

Gender

Gender
Base Wom an

Man

Base Wom an

Man

Better on Econ.

Man

Voter Enthusiasm

Barack Obam a 46%

48%

44%

Very enthusiastic 80%

81%

78%

Mitt Rom ney 49%

47%

52%

11%

15%

5%

4%

Som ew hat 13%
enthusiastic

Not sure

October 17-18, 2012
survey of 800 likely voters

4%

Not too enthusiastic

5%

5%

5%

Not enthusiastic at
all

2%

3%

1%

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Crosstabs

Gender

Gender
Base Wom an

Base Wom an

Man
Watched Tues.
Debate?

Most Im portant
Issue
Governm ent ethics 14%
and corruption

13%

15%

Jobs and the 51%
econom y

51%

52%

Energy policy

4%

1%

7%

Education

6%

7%

5%

Health care 13%

13%

12%

Im m igration

2%

2%

1%

National security and
the War on Terror

3%

3%

3%

Social Security

3%

4%

2%

Taxes

2%

1%

2%

Som ething else/Not
sure

3%

4%

2%

Watched the debate 91%
Did not w atch the
debate

9%

Base Wom an

Barack Obam a 50%

50%

49%

Mitt Rom ney 42%

42%

42%

8%

9%

October 17-18, 2012
survey of 800 likely voters

93%

11%

7%

Base Wom an

Man

Who Won?

9%

89%

Gender

Gender

Not sure

Man

Man

More Likely to Vote
for Obam a or
Rom ney After
Debate?
More likely to vote 31%
for Obam a

32%

30%

More likely to vote 34%
for Rom ney

34%

34%

Made no difference 35%

34%

36%

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Crosstabs

Gender
Base Wom an

Gender
Man

Most Influential
Factor in
Presidential Choice
Political advertising

3%

3%

3%

8%

5%

The debates 19%

19%

20%

Som ething else 28%

24%

33%

Know n all along w ho 42%
I'll vote for

44%

39%

2%

1%

Still don't know w ho
I'll vote for

2%

Bill Nelson 45%

47%

43%

Connie Mack IV 41%

37%

46%

Undecided 14%

16%

11%

Gender

Gender
Base Wom an

Approve 36%

33%

39%

Disapprove 46%

46%

45%

Not sure 19%

21%

15%

survey of 800 likely voters

Base Wom an

Man

Scott Approval

October 17-18, 2012

Man

Nelson/Mack

7%

The conventions

Base Wom an

Man

Support/Oppose
Casinos in FL
Support 45%

40%

52%

Oppose 41%

42%

39%

Not sure 14%

18%

9%

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Crosstabs

Party

Party

Base Dem ocrat Republican Independent/Other

Base Dem ocrat Republican Independent/Other
Obam a/Rom ney
Barack Obam a 47%

81%

9%

47%

Mitt Rom ney 48%

15%

87%

46%

4%

4%

7%

Undecided

4%

Strongly/Som ew hat
Support Candidate
or Might Change
Mind?
Strongly support 93%

82%

6%

4%

5%

12%

Might change your
m ind

2%

0%

1%

5%

Party

Party

Better on Econ.

Base Dem ocrat Republican Independent/Other
Voter Enthusiasm

Barack Obam a 46%

79%

12%

39%

Mitt Rom ney 49%

17%

84%

54%

4%

4%

7%

4%

October 17-18, 2012
survey of 800 likely voters

94%

Som ew hat support

Base Dem ocrat Republican Independent/Other

Not sure

96%

Very enthusiastic 80%

81%

83%

70%

Som ew hat 13%
enthusiastic

10%

14%

19%

Not too enthusiastic

5%

5%

3%

9%

Not enthusiastic at
all

2%

4%

0%

2%

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Crosstabs

Party

Party
Base Dem ocrat Republican Independent/Other

Base Dem ocrat Republican Independent/Other
Watched Tues.
Debate?

Most Im portant
Issue
Governm ent ethics 14%
and corruption

12%

13%

Jobs and the 51%
econom y

45%

65%

23%
38%

Energy policy

4%

4%

4%

3%

Education

6%

8%

2%

11%

Health care 13%

20%

6%

10%

Im m igration

2%

2%

1%

2%

National security and
the War on Terror

3%

2%

3%

4%

Social Security

3%

5%

1%

3%

Taxes

2%

1%

2%

2%

Som ething else/Not
sure

3%

3%

2%

5%

Watched the debate 91%
Did not w atch the
debate

9%

Party

Who Won?
Barack Obam a 50%

83%

16%

44%

Mitt Rom ney 42%

14%

72%

43%

4%

12%

12%

9%

October 17-18, 2012
survey of 800 likely voters

92%

91%

10%

8%

9%

Party

Base Dem ocrat Republican Independent/Other

Not sure

90%

Base Dem ocrat Republican Independent/Other
More Likely to Vote
for Obam a or
Rom ney After
Debate?
More likely to vote 31%
for Obam a

53%

9%

27%

More likely to vote 34%
for Rom ney

12%

56%

38%

Made no difference 35%

35%

35%

35%

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Crosstabs

Party

Party

Base Dem ocrat Republican Independent/Other
Most Influential
Factor in
Presidential Choice

Nelson/Mack

Political advertising

3%

4%

2%

3%

The conventions

7%

7%

5%

8%

The debates 19%

15%

22%

25%

Som ething else 28%

20%

30%

39%

Know n all along w ho 42%
I'll vote for

51%

41%

22%

3%

0%

2%

Still don't know w ho
I'll vote for

Base Dem ocrat Republican Independent/Other

2%

Bill Nelson 45%

75%

16%

37%

Connie Mack IV 41%

11%

75%

41%

Undecided 14%

14%

9%

22%

Party

Party
Base Dem ocrat Republican Independent/Other

Base Dem ocrat Republican Independent/Other
Scott Approval
Approve 36%

16%

57%

38%

Disapprove 46%

69%

25%

36%

Not sure 19%

October 17-18, 2012
survey of 800 likely voters

15%

19%

26%

Support/Oppose
Casinos in FL
Support 45%

45%

46%

44%

Oppose 41%

40%

40%

43%

Not sure 14%

15%

13%

13%

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Crosstabs

Race

Race

AfricanBase Hispanic White Am erican Other
Obam a/Rom ney
Barack Obam a 47%

46%

38%

89%

50%

Mitt Rom ney 48%

49%

57%

10%

40%

5%

5%

1%

10%

Undecided

4%

AfricanBase Hispanic White Am erican Other
Strongly/Som ew hat
Support Candidate
or Might Change
Mind?
96%

93%

89%

85%

Som ew hat support

6%

4%

5%

8%

11%

Might change your
m ind

2%

0%

2%

3%

4%

Strongly support 93%

Race

Race

AfricanBase Hispanic White Am erican Other
Better on Econ.

AfricanBase Hispanic White Am erican Other
Voter Enthusiasm

Barack Obam a 46%

46%

38%

82%

45%

Very enthusiastic 80%

82%

79%

82%

80%

Mitt Rom ney 49%

47%

58%

13%

48%

12%

14%

13%

4%

8%

3%

5%

7%

Som ew hat 13%
enthusiastic

12%

Not sure

October 17-18, 2012
survey of 800 likely voters

4%

Not too enthusiastic

5%

2%

5%

5%

Not enthusiastic at
all

2%

5%

2%

-

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3%

Crosstabs

Race

Race

AfricanBase Hispanic White Am erican Other

AfricanBase Hispanic White Am erican Other
Most Im portant
Issue

Watched Tues.
Debate?

Governm ent ethics 14%
and corruption

16%

13%

Jobs and the 51%
econom y

50%

53%

16%

18%

48%

42%

Energy policy

4%

3%

4%

3%

4%

Education

6%

6%

4%

18%

2%

Health care 13%

7%

14%

12%

21%

Im m igration

2%

7%

1%

-

-

National security and
the War on Terror

3%

2%

4%

0%

-

Social Security

3%

0%

4%

1%

3%

Taxes

2%

2%

1%

-

7%

Som ething else/Not
sure

3%

8%

2%

2%

2%

Watched the debate 91%
Did not w atch the
debate

9%

Race

Who Won?
Barack Obam a 50%

50%

40%

89%

54%

Mitt Rom ney 42%

42%

49%

11%

38%

8%

11%

-

8%

October 17-18, 2012
survey of 800 likely voters

9%

90%

92%

97%

8%

10%

8%

3%

Race

AfricanBase Hispanic White Am erican Other

Not sure

92%

AfricanBase Hispanic White Am erican Other
More Likely to Vote
for Obam a or
Rom ney After
Debate?
More likely to vote 31%
for Obam a

39%

21%

62%

40%

More likely to vote 34%
for Rom ney

42%

38%

10%

31%

Made no difference 35%

19%

41%

28%

30%

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Crosstabs

Race

Race

AfricanBase Hispanic White Am erican Other

AfricanBase Hispanic White Am erican Other
Most Influential
Factor in
Presidential Choice

Nelson/Mack

Political advertising

3%

7%

1%

8%

8%

The conventions

7%

6%

6%

12%

1%

The debates 19%

28%

17%

20%

24%

Som ething else 28%

24%

30%

21%

23%

Know n all along w ho 42%
I'll vote for

32%

44%

39%

43%

2%

2%

-

1%

Still don't know w ho
I'll vote for

2%

Bill Nelson 45%

45%

40%

67%

50%

Connie Mack IV 41%

40%

48%

14%

35%

Undecided 14%

16%

12%

19%

15%

Race

Race

AfricanBase Hispanic White Am erican Other
Scott Approval
Approve 36%

35%

41%

18%

26%

Disapprove 46%

37%

44%

67%

40%

Not sure 19%

October 17-18, 2012
survey of 800 likely voters

27%

16%

16%

34%

AfricanBase Hispanic White Am erican Other
Support/Oppose
Casinos in FL
Support 45%

45%

46%

48%

32%

Oppose 41%

43%

42%

30%

44%

Not sure 14%

13%

12%

23%

24%

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Crosstabs

Age
Base

Age

18 to 30 to 46 to Older
29
45
65 than 65

Obam a/Rom ney
Barack Obam a 47%

62%

47%

43%

45%

Mitt Rom ney 48%

29%

49%

54%

51%

10%

4%

3%

4%

Undecided

4%

Base
Strongly/Som ew hat
Support Candidate
or Might Change
Mind?
Strongly support 93%

92%

90%

93%

95%

Som ew hat support

6%

8%

6%

6%

4%

Might change your
m ind

2%

-

4%

1%

1%

Age
Base

18 to 30 to 46 to Older
29
45
65 than 65

Age

18 to 30 to 46 to Older
29
45
65 than 65

Better on Econ.

Base

18 to 30 to 46 to Older
29
45
65 than 65

Voter Enthusiasm

Barack Obam a 46%

60%

45%

43%

43%

Very enthusiastic 80%

71%

83%

79%

83%

Mitt Rom ney 49%

31%

49%

55%

53%

12%

12%

14%

13%

10%

5%

2%

3%

Som ew hat 13%
enthusiastic

5%

6%

3%

-

1%

1%

Not sure

October 17-18, 2012
survey of 800 likely voters

4%

Not too enthusiastic

5%

5%

Not enthusiastic at
all

2%

12%

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Crosstabs

Age
Base

Age

18 to 30 to 46 to Older
29
45
65 than 65

Most Im portant
Issue

Base
Watched Tues.
Debate?

Governm ent ethics 14%
and corruption

19%

15%

11%

15%

Jobs and the 51%
econom y

43%

56%

56%

45%

2%

4%

4%

4%

Energy policy

4%

Education

6%

7%

9%

4%

4%

Health care 13%

10%

7%

15%

19%

Im m igration

2%

7%

-

1%

1%

National security and
the War on Terror

3%

2%

3%

2%

4%

Social Security

3%

5%

1%

2%

5%

Taxes

2%

-

4%

1%

1%

Som ething else/Not
sure

3%

5%

1%

4%

3%

Watched the debate 91%
Did not w atch the
debate

9%

Age
Base

18 to 30 to 46 to Older
29
45
65 than 65

Barack Obam a 50%

59%

51%

46%

47%

Mitt Rom ney 42%

33%

42%

45%

43%

8%

7%

9%

10%

October 17-18, 2012
survey of 800 likely voters

9%

93%

93%

89%

91%

7%

7%

11%

9%

Age

Who Won?

Not sure

18 to 30 to 46 to Older
29
45
65 than 65

Base

18 to 30 to 46 to Older
29
45
65 than 65

More Likely to Vote
for Obam a or
Rom ney After
Debate?
More likely to vote 31%
for Obam a

46%

34%

21%

31%

More likely to vote 34%
for Rom ney

31%

34%

34%

36%

Made no difference 35%

23%

31%

45%

34%

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Crosstabs

Age

Age
Base

18 to 30 to 46 to Older
29
45
65 than 65

Most Influential
Factor in
Presidential Choice
3%

5%

3%

2%

4%

The conventions

7%

14%

5%

5%

5%

The debates 19%

24%

27%

14%

17%

Som ething else 28%

19%

24%

35%

27%

Know n all along w ho 42%
I'll vote for

33%

40%

43%

46%

5%

1%

1%

1%

2%

Bill Nelson 45%

48%

43%

44%

49%

Connie Mack IV 41%

24%

41%

46%

44%

Undecided 14%

29%

16%

10%

7%

Age
Base

Age

18 to 30 to 46 to Older
29
45
65 than 65

Scott Approval
Approve 36%

31%

29%

40%

40%

Disapprove 46%

45%

45%

47%

44%

Not sure 19%

24%

25%

13%

17%

October 17-18, 2012
survey of 800 likely voters

18 to 30 to 46 to Older
29
45
65 than 65

Nelson/Mack

Political advertising

Still don't know w ho
I'll vote for

Base

Base

18 to 30 to 46 to Older
29
45
65 than 65

Support/Oppose
Casinos in FL
Support 45%

36%

61%

43%

36%

Oppose 41%

45%

31%

41%

48%

Not sure 14%

19%

8%

16%

16%

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Crosstabs

Location

Location
North Florida or
Orlando area or Tam pa South Central
Miam i or
Base the Panhandle Central Atlantic Coast Bay area
Florida South Florida
Obam a/Rom ney
Barack Obam a 47%

51%

45%

47%

35%

51%

Mitt Rom ney 48%

48%

48%

49%

55%

44%

1%

6%

4%

9%

5%

Undecided

4%

Base

North Florida or
Orlando area or Tam pa South Central
Miam i or
the Panhandle Central Atlantic Coast Bay area
Florida South Florida

Strongly/Som ew hat
Support Candidate
or Might Change
Mind?
97%

93%

89%

93%

90%

Som ew hat support

6%

2%

4%

9%

7%

9%

Might change your
m ind

2%

2%

3%

2%

-

1%

Strongly support 93%

Location

Location
North Florida or
Orlando area or Tam pa South Central
Miam i or
Florida South Florida
Base the Panhandle Central Atlantic Coast Bay area
Better on Econ.

Base

North Florida or
Orlando area or Tam pa South Central
Miam i or
the Panhandle Central Atlantic Coast Bay area
Florida South Florida

Voter Enthusiasm

Barack Obam a 46%

50%

46%

45%

37%

47%

Very enthusiastic 80%

84%

82%

72%

80%

78%

Mitt Rom ney 49%

48%

49%

52%

52%

48%

10%

12%

21%

13%

11%

2%

5%

3%

11%

5%

Som ew hat 13%
enthusiastic

Not sure

4%

October 17-18, 2012
survey of 800 likely voters

Not too enthusiastic

5%

5%

3%

7%

3%

7%

Not enthusiastic at
all

2%

1%

2%

1%

4%

4%

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Crosstabs

Location

Location
North Florida or
Orlando area or Tam pa South Central
Miam i or
Base the Panhandle Central Atlantic Coast Bay area
Florida South Florida

Base
Watched Tues.
Debate?

Most Im portant
Issue
Governm ent ethics 14%
and corruption

15%

Jobs and the 51%
econom y

49%

47%

48%

54%

60%

16%

14%

16%

11%

2%

Energy policy

4%

5%

4%

3%

4%

Education

6%

10%

6%

2%

7%

3%

Health care 13%

9%

14%

20%

9%

11%

Im m igration

2%

-

3%

1%

-

4%

National security and
the War on Terror

3%

3%

1%

4%

3%

3%

Social Security

3%

2%

4%

3%

5%

2%

Taxes

2%

3%

2%

1%

1%

-

Som ething else/Not
sure

3%

3%

4%

3%

-

3%

Watched the debate 91%
Did not w atch the
debate

9%

Location

Who Won?
Barack Obam a 50%

53%

48%

48%

44%

51%

Mitt Rom ney 42%

43%

42%

43%

50%

35%

4%

10%

9%

5%

13%

9%

October 17-18, 2012
survey of 800 likely voters

91%

91%

88%

94%

93%

9%

9%

12%

6%

7%

Location

North Florida or
Orlando area or Tam pa South Central
Miam i or
Base the Panhandle Central Atlantic Coast Bay area
Florida South Florida

Not sure

North Florida or
Orlando area or Tam pa South Central
Miam i or
the Panhandle Central Atlantic Coast Bay area
Florida South Florida

Base

North Florida or
Orlando area or Tam pa South Central
Miam i or
the Panhandle Central Atlantic Coast Bay area
Florida South Florida

More Likely to Vote
for Obam a or
Rom ney After
Debate?
More likely to vote 31%
for Obam a

32%

33%

25%

21%

36%

More likely to vote 34%
for Rom ney

36%

33%

29%

38%

34%

Made no difference 35%

31%

33%

46%

41%

30%

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Crosstabs

Location

Location

North Florida or
Orlando area or Tam pa South Central
Miam i or
Base the Panhandle Central Atlantic Coast Bay area
Florida South Florida
Most Influential
Factor in
Presidential Choice

North Florida or
Orlando area or Tam pa South Central
Miam i or
the Panhandle Central Atlantic Coast Bay area
Florida South Florida

Nelson/Mack

Political advertising

3%

4%

-

3%

6%

3%

The conventions

7%

10%

6%

7%

6%

3%

The debates 19%

13%

24%

17%

22%

23%

Som ething else 28%

26%

24%

32%

27%

29%

Know n all along w ho 42%
I'll vote for

47%

45%

39%

35%

38%

-

1%

2%

4%

3%

Still don't know w ho
I'll vote for

Base

2%

Bill Nelson 45%

44%

47%

52%

34%

45%

Connie Mack IV 41%

41%

44%

37%

49%

37%

Undecided 14%

15%

9%

11%

17%

18%

Location

Location

North Florida or
Orlando area or Tam pa South Central
Miam i or
Base the Panhandle Central Atlantic Coast Bay area
Florida South Florida
Scott Approval
Approve 36%

46%

34%

30%

38%

29%

Disapprove 46%

41%

50%

52%

36%

46%

Not sure 19%

13%

16%

18%

26%

25%

October 17-18, 2012
survey of 800 likely voters

Base

North Florida or
Orlando area or Tam pa South Central
Miam i or
the Panhandle Central Atlantic Coast Bay area
Florida South Florida

Support/Oppose
Casinos in FL
Support 45%

44%

45%

36%

48%

54%

Oppose 41%

39%

45%

46%

35%

36%

Not sure 14%

17%

10%

18%

17%

10%

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