What do we have here folks?
‘The Donald’ dropping into second place ?
The Big guys only savings is the MOE is about the same 3% points….
The trend is Trump ‘losing’ steam among Florida Republican voters it would seem….
We have plenty of time to see how this plays, But?
Trump & Co. will continue to worry as their guy keeps losing support with the party’s voters day by day….
A new poll out today from the Public Opinion Research Lab at the University of North Florida echoes other recent surveys that are full of good news for Republicans in the Sunshine State. It shows Gov. Ron DeSantis and Sen. Marco Rubio with large leads over their Democratic opponents. President Joe Biden remains significantly underwater with only 36 percent approving of the job he’s doing.
Florida man v. Florida man — But the poll also includes this nugget sure to get notice at the start of the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando today: Registered Republicans in Florida were asked who they would back in a GOP presidential primary. DeSantis edged out former President Donald Trump 44 percent to 41 percent. This is within the margin of error, so it’s essentially a tie but still…
2024 — “With a lot of speculation about a possible presidential bid from DeSantis, we thought this would be an interesting hypothetical,” said Lab director and UNF political science professor Michael Binder in a statement about the poll. “It turned out to be pretty close with DeSantis up by three points against Trump. With both of them calling Florida home, this is a pivotal state and an outlier compared to national polling on this race.”
As for this year’s races — The poll, which has an overall margin of error of plus/minus 3.74 percent, shows DeSantis with a mammoth lead over both Rep. Charlie Crist and Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried. The poll has the governor up 55 percent to 34 percent over Crist, and 55 percent to 32 percent over Fried. Binder, however, did point out that “a lot of Democratic voters” still don’t know who they will vote for so the number will narrow between now and November. Crist holds a 27 percent to 19 percent edge over Fried in the Democratic primary, but 38 percent are undecided….
Democrats Crest and Demings have BIG problems for November Governor and US Senate races…