Political Polling

The Bob Graham Center for public service offers timely and accurate polls on key political issues and races in the state of Florida. For a typical public opinion survey, a randomly selected sample of 1,000+ registered voters age 18 and over are interviewed by phone over five or six days. The polls are conducted by the Bureau of Economic and Business Research at the University of Florida and analyzed by University faculty and Bob Graham Center staff. For more information on Bob Graham Center Polling please contact 352-846-1575

Crist leads Scott by 7October 31, 2014: Gubernatorial Candidate Preference & Legislative Issues
Summary of Results and Toplines
Survey Questionnaire
*Polling Results/Crosstabs
**percentages in this document have been rounded up or down and may not equal 100 percent
 

October 14, 2014: Gubernatorial Candidate Preference & Legislative Issues
Summary of Results and Toplines
Survey Questionnaire
Crosstab spreadsheet
*Polling Results/Crosstabs
**percentages in this document have been rounded up or down and may not equal 100 percent

August 2014: Gubernatorial Candidate Preference & Legislative Issues

Summary of Results and Toplines
Press Release

White Paper
Revisiting Florida Voters' Attitudes towards Medicaid Expansion and the Federal Affordable Care Act
This report was prepared by Dr. Lynne Holt, Policy Analyst with the Bob Graham Center. Posted Sept. 29, 2014
 

February 2014: Florida Public Opinion Survey & Legislative Issues

Press Release
Summary of Results

White Paper
Florida Voters' Attitudes Toward Allowing Undocumented Students to Recieve In-State
Tuition at Florida's Public Colleges and Universities

This report was prepared by Dr. Lynne Holt, Policy Analyst with the Bob Graham Center. Posted Feb.27, 2014
 

February 2014: Gubernatorial Candidate Preference

Press Release
Toplines