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Poll: Crist Leads Rubio 42-31 Percent

Monday, 21 Jun 2010 10:10 AM

 

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A Florida Chamber of Commerce poll has Charlie Crist widening his lead over Republican Marco Rubio and Democrat Kendrick Meek in that state's Senate race, according to TampaBay.com.

• A June 9-13 survey of 607 likely voters by the Florida Chamber of Commerce Political Institute and Cherry Communications found 42 percent backing Crist, 31 percent Rubio and 14 percent Meek.

• Rick Scott is leading Bill McCollum for the Republican gubernatorial nomination, 35 percent to 30 percent; and both Republicans are leading Democrat Alex Sink and independent Lawton "Bud" Chiles III.

• For the general election, Scott and McCollum were favored by 31 percent and 30 percent respectively, while Chief Financial Officer Sink drew 26 percent and Chiles 15 percent.

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