Mason-Dixon Polling and Research recently conducted a joint poll for the Tampa Bay Times and Bay News 9, but Monday the firm announced it will no longer poll the presidential race in the Sunshine state; it is the second major pollster to pull out of Florida.Esto nos recuerda lo que dijo hace ya más de veinte días el responsable de las encuestas de la Suffolk University.
The group will no longer poll the presidential election in the state after finding Romney up by 6 points in the I-4 corridor.
"Romney has pretty much nailed down Florida," said Brad Coker of Mason-Dixon Polling and Research, which conducted the poll for the media partners. "Unless something dramatically changes — an October surprise, a major gaffe — Romney's going to win Florida.''
Elections are historically won or lost depending on a candidate’s performance in the I-4 corridor that stretches from Tampa Bay area to Daytona Beach on the east coast. Obama trailed Romney 51% to 45% with 4% undecided in the last poll.
The Oct. 22-24 survey focused only on voters in the I-4 corridor, however Obama is in trouble in the Tampa Bay area as well. The west side of Tampa Bay usually mirrors Florida's statewide results.
miércoles, 31 de octubre de 2012
Mason-Dixon dejará de hacer encuestas en Florida porque cree que Romney la tiene ganada
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