New Poll: Rick Scott has Solid Lead Over Bill McCollum; Kendrick Meek and Jeff Greene in Close Fight

Public Policy Polling keeps revealing its poll of Florida voters from July 16-18 in bits and pieces.

On Thursday, poll numbers from the hotly contested Republican gubernatorial primary battle and the fight for the Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate were revealed.

The poll of 400 Republican primary voters found health-executive Rick Scott with 43 percent and Attorney General Bill McCollum trailing with 29 percent. The poll found 28 percent of Republicans remain undecided with a little over a month to go until the primary election. The poll had a margin of error of +/- 4.9 percent.

U.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek led the pack for the Democratic Senate nomination but billionaire financier Jeff Greene was within the margin of error. In a poll of 339 Democratic primary voters, Meek had 28 percent and Greene had 25 percent. Natural health educator Glenn Burkett had 6 percent, ahead of former Miami Mayor Maurice Ferre who had 4 percent. The poll had a margin of error of +/- 5.3 percent.

Add a Comment

Comments (5)

sade
8:20PM OCT 2ND 2011
Crafted using Timberlands For Men, the classic Cheap Timberlands offers a dry, comfortable fit and timeless style. It features a soft padded collar and Shoes Timberland; timberland men shoes on a variety of Timberland For Kids.Direct-attach,seam-sealed waterproof construction keep feet dry in any weather;Padded collar for a comfortable fit around the Timberland Sale.
sade
11:23PM SEP 30TH 2011
Crafted using Timberlands For Men, the classic Cheap Timberlands offers a dry, comfortable fit and timeless style. It features a soft padded collar and Shoes Timberland; timberland men shoes on a variety of Timberland For Kids.Direct-attach,seam-sealed waterproof construction keep feet dry in any weather;Padded collar for a comfortable fit around the Timberland Sale.
Leilah Kowalski
2:33PM JUL 22ND 2010
Yeah but that was before smart people started to find out that Rick Scott Medicare Fraud case was something he had known once he got started with Columbia Hospital Corp. Today in a TV Ad former Assistant Attorney for the United States A.G. Alexander III said, "according to criminal complaints, that fraud was occurring soon after Scott started Columbia Hospital Corp. in El Paso, Texas, in 1987 by purchasing two hospitals. (At the time of prosecution in 1997, Columbia/HCA was the nation’s largest for-profit hospital chain, owning 340 hospitals in 37 states and two foreign countries.) He concluded, “At the very least, the claim that Rick Scott didn’t know what was going on is simply ridiculous. Any prosecutor would have concluded similarly.”

Leave a Comment on This Story

The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly.
To prevent automated spam submissions leave this field empty.