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12 Questions | 1 point | 10/28-11/1/20150 Comments

SurveyUSA conducted a survey of 3000 Florida adults between Oct 28 and Nov 1, 2015. Respondents were contacted by either Landline, Internet or Opt-In and the interaction was automated. The results of this poll were released on Nov 3, 2015.

The poll was sponsored by Bay News 9 and News 13.

Results were provided for each of the 3 publicly acknowledged questions along with the order in which they were presented.

The external identification number for this poll is #22547.

Question 2 | PreferenceView Matchup

If the Democratic primary for president were today, who would you vote for?

Clinton (D)Sanders (D)UndecidedO'Malley (D)Other
All66%24%6%3%2%
Female68%21%6%2%2%
Male62%27%5%4%2%
Blacks81%9%6%2%1%
Whites60%29%6%3%2%

This question was presented to 826 likely voters from Florida who were contacted in some undisclosed fashion.

The question wording was provided by SurveyUSA, Bay News 9 and News 13.

Question 3 | PreferenceView Matchup

If the general election for President were today, and the candidates were Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump, who would you vote for?

Trump (R)Clinton (D)UndecidedTotal
All47.42%
1138
43.17%
1036
9.42%
226
2400
Likely
Female42.41%
517
47.09%
574
10.42%
127
50.79%
1219
Male52.58%
621
39.12%
462
8.3%
98
49.21%
1181
Democrat13.45%
131
81.52%
794
5.03%
49
40.58%
974
Independent45.01%
176
35.81%
140
19.18%
75
16.29%
391
Republican81.99%
815
9.15%
91
8.95%
89
41.42%
994

This question was presented to 2400 likely voters from Florida who were contacted in some undisclosed fashion.

The question wording was provided by SurveyUSA, Bay News 9 and News 13.

Question 8 | PreferenceView Matchup

Now, what if the general election for President were today, and the candidates were Democrat Bernie Sanders and Republican Donald Trump? Who would you vote for?

Trump (R)Sanders (D)UndecidedTotal
All49.5%
1188
41.25%
990
9.25%
222
2400
Likely
Female44.46%
542
43.89%
535
11.65%
142
50.79%
1219
Male54.78%
647
38.44%
454
6.77%
80
49.21%
1181
Democrat17.97%
175
73.82%
719
8.21%
80
40.58%
974
Independent47.83%
187
37.6%
147
14.83%
58
16.29%
391
Republican81.69%
812
11.27%
112
7.04%
70
41.42%
994

This question was presented to 2400 likely voters from Florida who were contacted in some undisclosed fashion.

The question wording was provided by SurveyUSA, Bay News 9 and News 13.

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