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Gravis Marketing-----Florida Poll Results

On Sept. 29 and 30, 2012, Gravis Marketing, a non-partisan research firm, conducted a poll of 914 people registered voters in the state of Florida, who are likely to vote in the Senate and Presidential races. Of the 914 who were polled, 49 percent were likely to vote for President Obama in the upcoming Presidential election. Governor Mitt Romney is not far behind, with 48.4 percent reporting that they would vote for him. In the race for Senate, Bill Nelson won that seat in 2000 after the elder Connie Mack retired. This year, his son, Connie Mack, is running against Democrat Bill Nelson to win the seat. Gravis Marketing’s poll found that the numbers are very close for the Senate seat: 43.1 percent said they would vote for Bill Nelson, while 43 percent said they would vote for Connie Mack. Gravis Marketing also asked those polled if they had a million dollars and needed someone to manage it, who they would choose: President Obama or Governor Romney. Of the 914 answering the non-parti