Obama Leads Romney 47% to 43% in Florida Voterfeedback Online Survey

Florida SignA new poll conducted among Florida likely voters shows President Obama with a 4 percentage point lead over former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney in this key battleground state, 47% to 43%, with 11% of voters undecided.

Two times as many Florida voters have an unfavorable view (65%) of Governor Rick Scott as a favorable one (31%).

In the presidential race, Obama is leading Romney 47% to 26% among independent voters, with 27% undecided.

Women give the nod to Obama, 49% to 36%, while men are split evenly, with 45% supporting each candidate.

Rudly Raphael

Rudly Raphael, President, qSample

President Obama’s lead is just beyond the poll’s margin of error of +/-3.8 percentage points at a 95% confidence level. The survey was conducted from March 20th to April 13th among 677 members of the Voterfeedback online survey panel in Florida.

A majority of Floridians polled have a favorable view of President Obama (55% favorable, 45% unfavorable), while Mitt Romney’s ratings are split, with 47% having a favorable view and 50% having an unfavorable view.

In the race for U.S. Senate, 44% say they would vote for Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson in a matchup with Republican Connie Mack (31%), with 25% undecided.

Voterfeedback is a service of qSample, a Chicago-based online panel and sample company. Rudly Raphael, President of qSample, said, “Voterfeedback is the first online panel allowing an accurate gauge of the voting population in a battleground state. We are proud to be going public with this revolutionary new polling resource.”

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