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Crist vs. Scott

Governor Florida Hypothetical Match-Up Poll
Poll Charlie Crist (D) Rick Scott* (R)Don't Know/RefusedOtherMargin of ErrorSample Size
Florida Opinion Research
May 23–25, 2012
48.1%34.1%12.8%5.0%+/-3.46802
Quinnipiac University Poll
(June 11-16, 2013)
47%37%12%4%+/-2.91,176
Public Policy Poll
(September 27-29, 2013)
50%38%12%0%+/-4.1579
University of Florida Poll
(September 30-October 8, 2013)
44%40%14%2%+/-4.27526
Cherry Communication/Florida Chamber of Commerce Poll
(October 4-8, 2013)
46%41%13%0%+/-4.0618
Quinnipiac University Poll
(November 12-17, 2013)
47%40%14%8%+/-2.41,464
Saint Leo Polling Institute Poll of Likely voters
(December 1-8, 2013)
46%34%20%0%+/-5.0318
Fabrizio McLaughlin & Associates Poll (Internal, leaked)
(November 24-26, 2013)
49%45%6%0%+/-3.11,000
Public Policy Poll
(January 16-21, 2014)
43%41%15%0%+/-6.3591
AVERAGES 46.68% 38.9% 13.2% 2.11% +/-3.95 786
Note: The polls above may not reflect all polls that have been conducted in this race. Those displayed are a random sampling chosen by Ballotpedia staff. If you would like to nominate another poll for inclusion in the table, send an email to editor@ballotpedia.org

Rich vs. Scott

Governor of Florida Hypothetical Match-Up Poll
Poll Nan Rich (D) Rick Scott* (R)UndecidedMargin of ErrorSample Size
Quinnipiac University Poll
(June 11-16, 2013)
36%42%18%+/-2.91,176
Public Policy Poll
(September 27-29, 2013)
36%37%27%+/-4.1579
University of Florida Poll
(September 30-October 8, 2013)
28%43%27%+/-4.27526
Cherry Communication/Florida Chamber of Commerce Poll
(October 4-8, 2013)
29%40%31%+/-4.0618
Quinnipiac University Poll
(November 12-17, 2013)
35%43%14%+/-2.41,646
Public Policy Poll
(January 16-21, 2014)
34%40%25%0%+/-6.3591
AVERAGES 33% 40.83% 23.67% +/-4 856
Note: The polls above may not reflect all polls that have been conducted in this race. Those displayed are a random sampling chosen by Ballotpedia staff. If you would like to nominate another poll for inclusion in the table, send an email to editor@ballotpedia.org