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3 Questions | 1 point | October 10-16, 20160 Comments

Quinnipiac University conducted a survey of 660 Florida likely voters between Oct 10 and Oct 16, 2016. Respondents were contacted by either Cellphone or Landline and instructed by a live operator. The results of this poll were released on Oct 17, 2016.

Results were provided for the only publicly acknowledged question.

Question 1 | PreferenceView Matchup

If the presidential election were being held today, and the candidates were Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine the Democrats, Donald Trump and Mike Pence the Republicans, Gary Johnson and Bill Weld the Libertarians, and Jill Stein and Ajamu Baraka the Green party candidates, for whom would you vote? (If undecided) As of today, do you lean more toward Clinton and Kaine, Trump and Pence, Johnson and Weld, or Stein and Baraka?

Clinton (D)Trump (R)Don't Know/NAJohnson (L)Stein (G)Someone ElseTotal
All48%44%4%4%1%1%660
Likely
Female54%39%4%2%1%1%54%
Male40%49%4%5%1%1%46%
Democrat91%6%2%0%0%0%32%
Independent46%38%7%6%2%1%32%
Republican8%85%2%3%0%1%32%

This question was presented to 660 likely voters from Florida who were contacted in some undisclosed fashion. The margin of sampling error is ± 3.8%.

The question wording was provided by Quinnipiac University.

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