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FL: 2010 Sen (Meek 9/23-28)


Feldman Group (D) for Kendrick Meek
9/23-28/09; 800 likely voters, 4% margin of error
Mode: Live telephone interviews
(TPM post, Florida Politics post)

Florida

2010 Senate
Charlie Crist (R) 47%, Kendrick Meek (D) 31% (chart)

 

Comments
Stillow:

crist is in no danger of losing. He will win easily.

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bongocongo:

OUTLIER!
WORTHLESS!

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tjampel:

Meek is totally unknown outside his district. So it's not such a bad result at all. Frankly Christ shows real weakness by not even breaking 50% here. I agree that Christ can win this seat. however, I don't agree that Christ's win in the primary is assured, however; Rubio is the darling of the right. Christ is seen as a RINO. So his big problems are with his own base.

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Stillow:

Well, Rubio is more popular with the core core of the base...but FL is not TX or AL...the GOP is not as wildly conservative in FL as in other places....plus Crist is a popular sitting goernor, he will win easily.

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RaleighNC:

Pretty presumptuous to pencil Crist in for the Rpublicans. Rubio is building momentum...

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Aaron_in_TX:

Crist is under 50% approval in Florida. Which is strange to me...I thought he was quite popular there.

His willingness to work with Obama may have hurt him quite a bit with republicans.

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Scooby The Doo:

Rubio I don't think can win a statewide election against Meek. If the "base" destroys Crist as they are trying to, I'd laugh for years to see Meek win this seat over Rubio.

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