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FL: 2010 Gov (Rasmussen 5/16)

Topics: Florida , poll

Rasmussen
5/16/10; 500 likely voters, 4.5% margin of error
Mode: Automated phone
(Rasmussen release)

Florida

2010 Governor
43% McCollum (R), 35% Sink (D) (chart)
41% Scott (R), 40% Sink (D)

Favorable / Unfavorable
Bill McCollum: 48 / 33
Alex Sink: 38 / 32
Rick Scott: 39 / 28

Job Approval / Disapproval
Pres. Obama: 50 / 49 (chart)
Gov. Crist: 57 / 42 (chart)

 

Comments
Bob in SJ:

Sink may make a race of this yet.

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Farleftandproud:

I would really like to see a pollster other than Rasmussen have a poll for Governor and Senator.

Why the hell aren't more progressives angry? Gallup's enthusiism has conservatives 62 percent as very excited, yet moderates and Democrats are in the 20's. Aren't Latino's going to be more likely to be part of the moderates or Liberals?

Good news for Dems is they may do better than expected in states where moderates are in the majority.

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ethano:

Who are the 39% of people who have a favorable view of scam artist and fraudster Rick Scott?

Scott was ousted by the company's board of directors in the midst of the nation's biggest health care fraud scandal in which the company ultimately plead guilty to the nation's then largest Medicaid and Medicare fraud and paid a record fine of $1.7 billion dollars

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rick_Scott_%28businessman%29#Columbia.2FHCA_fraud_cases

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Ned:

ethano:

These people are partisan republicans. there are many out there that prefer anything to a democrat. to be fair, there are just as many democrats that feel the same way towards republicans.

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Farleftandproud:

Here is the stupid email I got from the IL senate campaign. Would you believe this? If Democrats are acting like this, they deserve to lose. Dems may have to learn the hard way and suffer some more and regret ditching Howard Dean as chairman.

Six points.

According to a new Greenberg Quinlan Rosner poll, that's how much we've surged in two weeks alone. The race is now tied, 44-44.

The momentum is clearly on our side. When voters learn that Republican Congressman Mark Kirk supported the failed Bush policies that got us into this mess, and that Alexi has a detailed plan to help small businesses and middle-class families, Alexi emerges as the clear choice.

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