Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Mitchell Interactive Florida GOP Primary Poll 1/29 - Mitt leads with 60's and up

Romney leads in this new poll for over 60

Mitchell Interactive Florida GOP Primary Poll 1-29-2008

Romney 34%
McCain 32%
Giuliani 13%
Huckabee 10%

Romney leads by less than 1% with women but has a 3% lead with men, who comprise 53% of the voters.

Romney leads with 60 year old plus voters by 1% (on Sunday night he trailed by 1%) and leads among 40-59 year olds by 5% (on Sunday night he led by 2%).
The telephone poll of likely voters in the Florida Republican Primary Election was conducted by Mitchell Interactive, an East Lansing, Michigan and Washington, DC based national political polling and market research company. The survey of 964 likely Republican Presidential Primary voters has a margin of error of +-3.16% at the 95% level of confidence.

“This is basically a dead heat. Romney gained a point since last night while McCain dropped 3%. A major change came from those who have already voted. On Sunday night, Romney and McCain were tied among the 33% who said they already voted. After Monday night’s polling, Romney had a 9% lead among those voters. Romney also cut McCain’s lead among those who say they will be “definitely voting” from 4% in Sunday’s polling to 2% at the end of polling on Monday night,” Steve Mitchell, president of Mitchell Interactive said.

Mitchell Interactive’s final poll in South Carolina showed McCain winning by 3%, he won by 3%. In Michigan, the company was the only pollster polling during the last week to have Romney ahead. Its final poll had Romney leading by 6%, he won by 9%.

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