Monday, January 30, 2012

Florida poll

  • Last Monday, I warned that Mitt Romney could get burned in Florida. A new NBC News-Marist poll released yesterday reveals that the premature dancing in the end zone of the Romney campaign in the New York Times might be warranted.
  • (Washington Post)
  • The magnitude gets multiplied when its a community irrigation system or commercial-size swimming pool at a neighborhood, condominium or hotel. Water has a way of finding its way out, said Eddie Iglesias, president of Florida Pool and Leak Specialists.
  • (Sun Sentinel)
  • Florida voters aren't sure if they want Las Vegas-style casinos in the state, but they are certain they don't want Tallahassee to make the decision, according to a new poll by The Miami Herald and other news organizations released late Sunday.
  • (Miami Herald)
  • A new poll taken among likely Florida Republican voters shows former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney heading into Tuesdays presidential preference primary in the Sunshine State with a 14-point lead over former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.
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  • Your choice could determine who will take on President Obama this November, and it could be Mitt Romney's race to lose.
  • (Central Florida News 13)
  • Talking Points does expect Mitt Romney to win Florida with Newt Gingrich coming in second Also we have poll question for you.
  • (FOX News)
  • TALLAHASSEE -- An overwhelming majority of Florida voters — 71 percent — support prohibiting motorists from text messaging while driving, according to a new Times/Herald/Bay News 9 poll. Florida is one of only 15 states without some kind of ban.
  • (Miami Herald)
  • Mitt Romney has a 43 – 29 percent lead over former House Speaker Newt Gingrich among Republican likely voters in Florida, the nation's first big-state presidential primary, according to Quinnipiac University poll released today.
  • (Central Florida News 13)
  • a. Education plays a big role. Theres no greater predictor of whom youll support in Florida than your level of education. Romney leads Newt by 29% among those with a college degree but only 5% among those without one.
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