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Current Florida Polling

October 5, 2016
Contact: Doug Kaplan, 407-242-1870
Executive Summary
Gravis Marketing, a nonpartisan research firm, in conjunction with Breitbart News Network, conducted a
random survey of 821 registered voters across Florida on October 4th. The poll has a margin of error of
3.4% at the 95% confidence level. The total may not round to 100% because of rounding. The poll was
conducted using automated telephone calls and online responses, with the results weighted by voting
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Q2: How likely are you to vote in November?

Q3: How interested are you in the 2016 Presidential election?

Q4: Which party are you registered in?

Now we have a few questions about the general state of the country.
Q5: How would you describe the country's direction today?

Q6: How would you describe how the American economy is working for you and your family?

Q7: Do you approve or disapprove the job that Barack Obama is doing as president?

We are now going to ask your opinion of some of the people running for office this year.
Q8: What is your opinion of Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton?

Q9: What is your opinion of Presidential Candidate Donald Trump?

Q10: What is your opinion of Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson?

Q11: What is your opinion of Presidential Candidate Jill Stein?

Q12: What is your opinion of U.S. Senator Marco Rubio?

Q13: What is your opinion of U.S. Senate Candidate Patrick Murphy?

We are now going to ask you about the presidential election.

Q14: If the election was held today, who would be your choice for president?

We are now going to ask you about the Florida U.S. Senate election
Q15: If the election was held today, who would be your choice for U.S. Senator?

We now want to ask you some more detailed questions about particular policies and issues
Q16: How concerned are you with controlling immigration and securing the southern border?

Q17: Do you support building a wall along the southern border to prevent illegal immigration?

Q18: Do you support President Obamas plan to increase the number of refugees coming to the
United States from the Middle East, Africa, and other parts of the world to 110,000 next year, up
from the current level of 85,000, or do you think we should allow no refugees, fewer refugees, or the
same as the current level?

Q19: Hillary Clintons supporters at the Refugee Council want to increase the number of refugees
coming into the United States in 2017 even more, to 200,000, and Hillary wants to increase the
number of Syrian refugees in that total from 10,000 in 2016 to 65,000 in 2017. Do you approve or
disapprove of this increase?

Q20: Do you believe that Syrian refugees arriving in the United States have been subjected to the
most rigorous security vetting, as the Obama Administration claims?

Q21: The United States will relinquish its administrative control over the Internet to a private
organization where other countries, which could include China, Russia and Iran, will have
influence for the first time on the management of the Internet. Do you think this is a good idea or

Q22: Do you think this an example of America's weakening leadership in the world?

Q23: Do you agree or disagree with Hillary Clinton who said that implicit bias is a problem for all
Americans, not just police, and that we should all be asking ourselves why we feel that way?

Q24: Do you agree or disagree with Donald Trump, who said that NAFTA, the North American
Free Trade Agreement, is the worst trade deal in modern American history, and that TPP, the
TransPacific Partnership, is almost as bad?

Q25: Has Obamacare been a success?

Q26: At the second presidential debate on October 9 between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump,
do you expect debate moderators Martha Raddatz of ABC and Anderson Cooper of CNN will be
fair and even handed in their treatment of both candidates, or will they be biased in favor of one

Q27: Sometimes people change their minds about their vote after thinking through the issues raised
by the questions posed during surveys. With that in mind, were going to ask this question again: If
the election were held today, who would be your choice for President?

The following questions are for demographic purposes:

Regardless of how you are registered, what do you think of yourself as?

What is your political ideology?

What race do you identify yourself as?

Which of the following best represents your religious affiliation?

What is the highest level of education have you completed?

How old are you?

What is your gender?