Florida: New Quinnipiac poll: Democrats at 46%

The results of a new poll, sponsored Quinnipiac in Florida, were published on March 28. In the survey participants were asked, whether they would vote for democrat Hillary Clinton or republican Donald Trump, assuming that these two candidates would win the primaries. The results show that 46.0% of respondents intend to vote for Democratic party, while 41.0% said they would vote for GOP. The poll was carried out between September 25 and October 5. The sample size was 1173 registered voters. Estimated have a +/-2.9 percentage points margin of error.

Converting these results into two-party vote shares yields figures of 52.9% for the democrat Hillary Clinton and 47.1% for the republican Donald Trump.

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Florida: New CNN-ORC poll: Democrats at 50%

CNN-ORC published the results of a new poll, in which participants from Florida were asked who they would vote for. The results reveal that 50.0% of participants would vote for the Democrats, while 43.0% said they would vote for Republican party. The poll was in the field between March 2 and March 6. The sample size was 854 registered voters. The error margin is +/-3.5 points.

Converting these results into two-party vote shares yields figures of 53.8% for the democrat Clinton and 46.2% for the republican Trump.

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PPP (D) poll in Florida: Democrats are behind

The results of a new poll, sponsored PPP (D) in Florida, were published on April 15. In the survey participants were asked, whether they would vote for democrat Hillary Clinton or republican Donald Trump, assuming that these two candidates would win the primaries. The results reveal that 44.0% of interviewees plan to vote for Democratic party, whereas 46.0% said they would vote for Republican party. The poll was conducted from February 24 to February 25 among 1012 registered voters. The sampling error is +/-3.1 percentage points.

Converting these results into two-party vote shares yields figures of 48.9% for the Democrats and 51.1% for the Republicans.

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Florida: Republicans hold marginal lead in recent News 13/SurveyUSA poll

The results of a new poll, conducted on behalf of News 13/SurveyUSA in Florida, were published on April 15. In the survey participants were asked, whether they would vote for democrat Hillary Clinton or republican Donald Trump, assuming that these two candidates would win the primaries. Of those who responded, 44.0% said that they are going to vote for the democrat Clinton, while 45.0% indicated that they would give their vote to the republican Trump. The poll was conducted from March 4 to March 6 among 1961 likely voters. Figures have a +/-2.3 percentage points margin of error.

Translating these results into two-party vote shares yields values of 49.4% for the democrat Hillary Clinton and 50.6% for Donald Trump.

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New NBC-WSJ-Marist poll in Florida: Democrats hold clear advantage

Results of a new poll conducted by NBC-WSJ-Marist were published on April 15. Participants from Florida were asked, who they would give their vote to, if the election were today. According to the results, 49.0% of interviewees are going to vote for the Democrats, while 41.0% are going to vote for the Republican Party. The poll was carried out from March 4 to March 10 with 2422 registered voters. Estimated have a +/-2.0 percentage points margin of error.

Converting these results into two-party vote shares yields figures of 54.4% for Clinton and 45.6% for Trump.

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CNN-ORC poll in Florida: Republicans trail by a clear margin

The results of a new poll, sponsored CNN-ORC in Florida, were published on April 15. In the survey participants were asked, whether they would vote for democrat Hillary Clinton or republican Donald Trump, assuming that these two candidates would win the primaries. Of those who answered the question, 50.0% revealed that they plan to vote for the Democrats, while 43.0% revealed that they would give their vote to the Republicans. The poll was conducted from March 2 to March 6 among 854 registered voters. Estimated have a +/-3.5 percentage points error margin.

Converting these results into two-party vote shares yields figures of 53.8% for the democrat Clinton and 46.2% for Trump.

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Florida: Advantage for Democrats in new NBC-WSJ-Marist poll

Results of a new poll carried out by NBC-WSJ-Marist were published on April 26. Participants from Florida were asked, who they would give their vote to, if the election were today. According to the results, 49.0% of respondents intend to vote for the Democrats, while 41.0% intend to vote for the GOP. This poll was conducted from March 4 to March 10, among a random sample of 2422 registered voters. Figures have a +/-2.0 percentage points error margin.

Converting these results into two-party vote shares yields values of 54.4% for Clinton and 45.6% for Trump.

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Florida: Small lead for Republicans in latest PPP (D) poll

Results of a new poll conducted by PPP (D) were released on March 28. Participants from Florida were asked, who they would give their vote to, if the election were today. According to the results, 44.0% of respondents plan to vote for the Democrats, while 46.0% plan to vote for the GOP. The poll was conducted from February 24 to February 25 among 1012 registered voters. Results have a +/-3.1 percentage points error margin.

Translating these results into two-party vote shares yields values of 48.9% for the Democrats and 51.1% for the Republicans.

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Florida: Lead for Republicans in new PPP (D) poll

PPP (D) published the results of a new poll, in which participants from Florida were asked who they would vote for. Of those who answered the question, 44.0% revealed that they will vote for the Democrats, while 46.0% revealed that they would give their vote to the Republicans. The poll was conducted from February 24 to February 25 among 1012 registered voters. Results have a +/-3.1 percentage points margin of error.

Converting these results into two-party vote shares yields figures of 48.9% for the democrat Hillary Clinton and 51.1% for the republican Donald Trump.

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Democrats lead in Florida by 5 points in new Quinnipiac poll

The results of a new poll, conducted on behalf of Quinnipiac in Florida, were published. In the survey participants were asked, whether they would vote for democrat Hillary Clinton or republican Donald Trump, assuming that these two candidates would win the primaries. The results show that 46.0% of participants intend to vote for the Democrats, whereas 41.0% said they would vote for GOP. This poll was conducted from September 25 to October 5, among a random sample of 1173 registered voters. Estimated have a +/-2.9 percentage points margin of error.

Translating these results into two-party vote shares yields figures of 52.9% for the democrat Clinton and 47.1% for Trump.

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