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Rubio 57%, Crist 28%

From Rasmussen Reports:

Support for Florida Governor Charlie Crist’s U.S. Senate bid has fallen this month to its lowest level yet. Just 28% of the state’s likely Republican voters support his candidacy now, down six points from March.

The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of likely GOP Primary voters in the Sunshine State shows former state House Speaker Marco Rubio edging up a point from last month to 57%, his highest level of support to date. Three percent (3%) like some other candidate in the race, and 12% are undecided.

Republican Primary voters see Rubio as a stronger candidate than Crist in the General Election. Eighty-one percent (81%) say Rubio would be at least Somewhat Likely to win if nominated while just 63% say the same of Crist. Those figures include 53% who say Rubio would be Very Likely to win and 30% who see Crist as Very Likely to win.

2 comments to Rubio 57%, Crist 28%

  • jsb

    My people up here aren't buying the Crist attack ads. In fact, I think they're helping Rubio.

  • Honey

    Two men who were supporting Bob Smith said that if Fox News did not allow Smith to participate in the debate, Smith would drop out of the race. We suggested to them that Smith should drop out and support Rubio and run for Nelson's seat in the future. Smith has dropped out as far as I know. I don't know if he has said yet whom he supports.
    So who would be the others in the race?