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FL: 45% McCollom, 33% Scott (FLCOC 8/11-12)

Topics: Florida , poll

McLaughlin & Associates (R) for Florida Chamber of Commerce
8/11-12/10; 600 likely Republican primary voters, 4% margin of error
Mode: Live telephone interviews
(FL Chamber of Commerce release)

Florida

2010 Governor: Republican Primary
45% McCollum, 33% Scott (chart)

 

Comments
Paleo:

The immigrant basher versus the Muslim basher. Howdy Doody versus Daddy Warbucks. Which of these losers will win?

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Poll Troll:

@Paleo

Florida wins.

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CHRIS MERKEY:

oh really Poll Troll so you like Sink too. She will beat either of these two.

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Crimsonite:

Not necessarily CM,
Before Scott ever jumped in, McCollum was usually if not always ahead of Sink in polls between the two. So there's definitely the ability for McCollum to regain ground once the primaries over should he win, and Chiles is getting alot higher % now then he will on election day. We saw it with daggett in NJ. Independents just don't really match their early poll numbers, and Christ as a concurrently running Independent is certainly helping Chiles. If Christ's numbers drop, which they should after the primaries, Chiles will too and that combined with a single GOP nominee will allow McCollum to be alot more competitive. This race will be a pure toss-up till a few days before the elections.

As far as if Scott, I have no idea what'll happen. I think the guy's a creep, so if the FL GOP is duped into voting for him, they deserve to lose the governor's seat.

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jmartin4s:

@Crimsonite,
Chiles will collapse on election night and get 3% max.

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