A new poll showed Republicans in Florida with strong leads in the gubernatorial and Senate races, just weeks before the November midterm elections.
According to the poll of likely voters Conducted by Spectrum News/Siena College, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis leads his Democratic opponent, Rep. Charlie Crist, 49% to 41%, while Sen. Marco Rubio leads his Democratic opponent, Rep. Val Demings, with 48% to 41%.
Notably, strong majorities of Latino voters also favored the Republican candidates by double digits, with DeSantis gaining 53% support to Crist’s 37% and Rubio gaining 55% support to Demings’ 32%.
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When it comes to the most important issue for voters when they make their decision at the polls, the economy, including inflation and cost of living, came out on top at 39%, followed by threats to democracy at 16%. %.
The majority of voters (55%) felt the state was on the right track, while only 34% felt it was headed in the wrong direction. Those sentiments were reversed when it came to the US as a whole, with 28% saying they were on the right track and 63% saying they were headed in the wrong direction.
Some 43% of voters approved of the job President Biden was doing, well below the 54% who disapproved.
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The Fox News Power Rankings rate Florida’s gubernatorial race as “probably Republican” and the Senate race as “weak Republican.”
Elections will take place on Tuesday, November 8.