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January 14, 2014


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I think that you should include governor Huckabee who has own polls in sc and ia. He has made it clear that he's seriously considering running in 2016. Let's see how he stacks up.


Gov Mike Huckabee is the most popular grassroots favorite according to some polls. Won in Iowa and SC. Let's include him and see how he rates in Florida!

Gianni Berg

- 2016 Senate -
* Republican Primary: Marco Rubio vs Allen West
* Democratic Primary: Alex Sink vs Debbie Wasserman Schultz
* General election: Rubio/West vs Sink/Wasserman Schultz

- Aproval/Disaproval Ratings of Senator Rubio and Senator Nelson

- Same sex marriage support


As Governor of Florida during the 2000 recount, did Jeb Bush abuse his power to unfairly help his brother George?


Marco Rubio vs Joe Biden
Marco Rubio vs Hillary Clinton
Marco Rubio vs Andrew Cuomo
Marco Rubio vs Elizabeth Warren


2016 Senate Race between Marco Rubio and Alex Sink
2016 Presidential Race between Brian Schweitzer and Ted Cruz, Chris Christie, Rand Paul
2014 Gubernatorial Race between Charlie Crist and Rick Scott
Legalization of gay marriage
2018 Senate Race between Bill Nelson and Kathleen Peters


-Legalization of medical marijuana seems like a must since it is almost certain to be on the 2016 ballot.
-Legalization of recreational marijuana for comparison would be interesting too.
-Gay marriage for or against (without including civil unions)
-Support for physician-assisted suicide would be interesting considering its recent legalization in NM
-Rick Scott vs generic republican in primary
-Favorite Florida NFL team (Dolphins, Bucs, Jags)
-Favorite Florida college football team


Please consider a question on whether the state legislature should add sexual orientation and gender identity to the state's non-discrimination law.


Think questions about the potential ballot initiatives [(MMJ) and rec. marijuana] and same-sex marriage would be useful and interesting.

Matthew Robbins

Please poll the Florida 13th special election
Alex Sink vs David Jolly
Favorable ratings for both

Alexander Brown

2014 Attorney General Race
-Pam Bondi v. George Sheldon
-Pam Bondi v. Perry Thurston

2014 Chief Financial Officer Race
-Jeffrey Atwater v. William Rankin

2014 Agriculture Commissioner Race
-Adam Putnam v. Thad Hamilton

SC Guy

The US congressional generic and PLEASE gay marriage. Would be very interesting to see for Florida.


In 2016 Democratic Presidential primary race, I think it would be interesting to see the results of a question along the lines of: 'Do you prefer Hillary Clinton for the nomination or someone more progressive?'

Thanks for asking.

Cody Smith

Since the Olympics are coming up, it'd be interesting to poll on how people feel about Russia, e.g., whether they view it as an ally, an enemy, etc..

I'm also interested in how Americans view Russia's newly-enacted anti-gay laws. These laws ban all forms of 'homosexual propaganda,' e.g., gay pride parades, gay rights groups, stating publically that you support gay people, etc.. Do Americans support or oppose laws like this? Do Americans think that gay people and their families and friends should have the right to hold parades and have LGBT clubs?

Even worse, a prominent Russian TV anchor (I think that's what he is) has stated that, because they "endanger his children," gay people should all be rounded up and put in big ovens. Poll on whether or not Americans condone such a statement.

Thank you!


You should ask
How many Americans do you think died in the Benghazi terror attacks?


I would like to see the statewide favorable/unfavorable for Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown and possibly test him in some statewide match-ups.


Please do gay marriage in Florida, as well as test whether or not Florida residents support a Russian style "homosexual propaganda" law in Florida

Matthew Macik

you could have adrian wyllie libertarian candidate in your next poll for florida governor.thank you


There is a HUGE over sight in your polling for the Florida Gubernatorial race, you left out Adrian Wyllie for Governor please address this issue ASAP. As debates are based on polling data and if the candidate is not included in the polls they have no chance of debating.

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