Thursday, January 24, 2008

Update: Rasmussen Poll in Florida

New Rasmussen Poll in Flordia.

On the eve of a Republican Presidential Debate in Boca Raton, the latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 36% of Florida’s Republican Primary Voters could still change their mind before voting. That figure includes 4% who haven’t yet settled on a candidate and 9% who say there’s a good chance they could change their mind.

That’s more than enough uncommitted voters to determine what has become a very close race and it certainly raises the stakes in tonight’s debate.

The Rasmussen Reports telephone survey finds Mitt Romney with 27% of the vote, John McCain with 23%, and Rudy Giuliani picking up support from 20%. Nineteen percent (19%) of those surveyed have already cast their ballots.

The economy is the top issue, named by 46% of Florida’s Republican Primary Voters as most important. National security was named by 15%, immigration by 14%, and the War in Iraq by 11%.

1 comment:

Lon Gibson said...

Check out the video for my new campaign song for Romney.

Gimme Mitt!

Mitt Romney for President!