MIAMI — The race between Florida Gov. Rick Scott and his Democratic challenger, Charlie Crist, remains essentially tied as the campaign enters its final day.
A Quinnipiac University poll released Monday showed Crist had 42 percent of the vote to Scott’s 41 percent. Libertarian Adrian Wyllie had 7 percent with 9 percent undecided.
A Quinnipiac poll last week showed Crist with a 43-40 lead.
Most likely voters had unfavorable views of both candidates. Half the voters had a negative opinion of Crist, compared to 43 percent with a favorable opinion. Some 49 percent of voters said they disapproved of Scott compared to 42 percent who had a favorable rating.
Quinnipiac polled 817 likely voters between Tuesday and Sunday. The poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.4 percentage points.
Bay News 9 political analyst Chris Ingram joined Your Wake Up Call to discuss the latest in the governor’s race.
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