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Rasmussen moves Florida Senate race from toss-up to leaning GOP

by George Bennett | August 26th, 2010

Republican Marco Rubio holds a 40-to-30 percent lead over indie Gov. Charlie Crist in Florida’s Senate race in a new Rasmussen poll, leading the survey firm to move Florida from “toss-up” to “leans Republican” in its Senate rankings.

Democrat Kendrick Meek gets 21 percent in the new Rasmussen poll of 750 likely voters, which was taken Wednesday and has a 4 percent margin of error.

Crist gets a 52 percent approval rating for his handling of gubernatorial duties in the poll. President Obama’s approval rating is 46 percent, with 55 percent disapproving, says Rasmussen.

7 Responses to “Rasmussen moves Florida Senate race from toss-up to leaning GOP”

  1. Moderate democrat Says:

    Give em hell Charlie!

  2. juss sayin Says:

    Time after time Rasmussen has been discredited.

  3. lupercal Says:

    do people still quote rasmussen?

  4. Moderate democrat Says:

    Probably good to be the dog at this point. Bullseye on the front runner.

  5. Sam Says:

    If Crist wins, I think he will try to paint himself as a maverick. Honestly not sure how he would caucus, but he would probably have a voting record similar to Collins and Snowe.

  6. Seth Platt Says:

    Big surprise coming from the most conservative polling group.
    Rasmussen in BUNK.
    Marco Rubio is Evil Personified.
    Anybody ever seen Damien the Omen?

  7. brigitte Says:

    I still like Independent Charlie no matter what they say or write about him. He’s my guy! I dont like or trust Rubio and never will. Its kinda like the feeling I have for b. obama.

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