Hillary Clinton has a marginal 2-point lead over Donald Trump among likely Florida voters, according to a new Mason-Dixon Research & Associates poll that shows the Republican is far more disliked than the Democrat.
Clinton’s 44–42 percent advantage over Trump doesn’t mean she’s well-liked. Only 35 percent of likely voters have a favorable opinion of Clinton, while 45 percent view her unfavorably in the Mason-Dixon poll of 625 likely Florida voters. Trump’s favorable support clocks in at just 29 percent, with 52 percent holding an unfavorable opinion of him. The error margin for the poll is 4 points.
For Immediate Release Contact: Bob Sparks or Rich Ramos August 2, 2013 (850) 412-1060 MATT CARTER JOINS RAMOS & SPARKS GROUP (Tallahassee, FL) – Matt Carter, former Public Service Commission Chairman and current member of the governing board of the state university system, has joined the Tallahassee firm of Ramos & Sparks Group. Carter will […]