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Source: Research 2000 (url)

CandidatePolitical PartyPollGraphPoll Details
DMeekDemocratic38%piePoll Date: 2009-11-18
RRubio^Republican30%Number Polled: 600
-Other-0%Margin of Error: 4%
-Undecided-32%Voter Type: Likely

  ^ = Incumbent Party (Current Senator Retiring)

Meek is losing ground

 By: Olawakandi (D-CA) on 2009-11-19 @ 18:28:13

Question:
If the 2010 election for U.S. Senate were held today, for whom would you vote for if the choices were between Kendrick Meek, the Democrat, and Marco Rubio, the Republican?
KENDRICK MEEK MARCO RUBIO UNDECIDED
ALL 38 30 32

Question:
If Charlie Crist were to run as an Independent and the 2010 election for U.S. Senate were held today, for whom would you vote for if the choices were between Kendrick Meek, the Democrat, Marco Rubio, the Republican, and Charlie Crist, an Independent?
CHARLIE CRIST KENDRICK MEEK MARCO RUBIO UNDECIDED
ALL 32 31 27 10

Question:
If the 2010 election for U.S. Senate were held today, for whom would you vote for if the choices were between Kendrick Meek, the Democrat, and Charlie Crist, the Republican?
CHARLIE CRIST KENDRICK MEEK UNDECIDED
ALL 50 33 17
MEN 53 31 16
WOMEN 47 35 18
DEMOCRATS 19 57 24
REPUBLICANS 85 6 9
INDEPENDENTS 52 32 16
WHITE 57 27 16
BLACK 5 65 30
HISPANIC 53 36 11
OTHER 49 37 14
18-29 47 37 16
30-44 52 30 18
45-59 48 35 17
60+ 54 29 17
NORTHEAST 61 20 19
CENTRAL 52 29 19
TAMPA 51 31 18
SOUTHWEST 54 26 20
SOUTH 41 48 11

About this Poll
The Research 2000 Florida Poll was conducted from November 16 through November 18, 2009. A total of 600 likely voters who vote regularly in state elections were interviewed statewide by telephone.

Those interviewed were selected by the random variation of the last four digits of telephone numbers. A cross-section of exchanges was utilized in order to ensure an accurate reflection of the state. Quotas were assigned to reflect the voter registration of distribution by county.

The margin for error, according to standards customarily used by statisticians, is no more than plus or minus 4% percentage points. This means that there is a 95 percent probability that the “true” figure would fall within that range if the entire population were sampled. The margin for error is higher for any subgroup, such as for gender or party affiliation.

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