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CandidatePolitical PartyPollGraphPoll Details
RMarco Rubio^Republican43%piePoll Date: 2010-09-07
ICharlie CristIndependent29%Number Polled: 1,016
DKendrick MeekDemocratic23%Margin of Error: 3%
-Undecided-5%Voter Type: Likely

  ^ = Incumbent Party (Current Senator Retiring)

Rubio ahead by 14 points

 By: Mark Warner 08 (I-AUT) on 2010-09-09 @ 14:15:15


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About this Poll

This survey was commissioned by Sunshine State News and conducted Sept. 1-5 and Sept. 7 by Voter Survey Service, a division of Pennsylvania-based Susquehanna Polling and Research in Harrisburg. Calls were automated, meaning that voters were contacted using a pre-recorded set of questions instructing voters to complete the survey by pressing their telephone key pads to score their answers; no live interviewers were used. The universe includes a random sample of likely voters from a statewide voter registration list of registered voters who have prior vote history in either the 2008 or 2006 general elections, with most interviews conducted among voters who voted in both elections. A vote-intensity screen was also applied to gauge interest in the upcoming general election, with interviews being exclusively conducted among those who indicated they have an “excellent,” “good” or “fair” chance of voting, while those who indicated their chances of voting were “poor” were disqualified. Interviews are also monitored to ensure a representative sample of the state’s voters are interviewed proportionally based on demographics like geographic region, age and gender consistent with what we believe will be the likely voter turnout model on Nov. 2. Results are sometimes statistically weighted to reflect under or over samples within various demographic groups. The margin of error for a sample size of 1,016 interviews is +/- 3.07% at the 95% confidence level, but higher for sub-groups of respondents.

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