Rick Scott Edges Charlie Crist in New Human Events/Gravis Poll

Conservative magazine Human Events commissioned a poll from Gravis Marketing which was unveiled on Wednesday, showing Gov. Rick Scott edging former Gov. Charlie Crist, the leading Democratic candidate, in the Florida gubernatorial contest. Earlier in the day, Quinnipiac University found Crist beating Scott by 10 percent.

The poll has Scott with 44 percent, Crist right at his heels with 43 percent, 9 percent of voters undecided while Libertarian Adrian Wyllie takes 5 percent. A Gravis poll from February showed Crist leading 47 percent to Scotts 43 percent.

The political poll is good news for Gov. Scott, said Doug Kaplan of Gravis Marketing. He has spent a fortune recently on television ads and, in numerous polls, you see Scott closing in on Crist.

The poll of 907 registered voters in Florida was taken from April 23-25 and had a margin of error of +/- 3 percent.

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