Polls

What do you think of the Legislative Budget Commission placing the stadium funding decision in the regular session?

It's the right call, all lawmakers should get to decide
74%
They fumbled, should have voted yes or no to fund
26%

Should Confederate soldiers qualify for the Florida Veterans Hall of Fame?

Yes, they honorably served Florida
78%
Yes, but only if they served later or earlier in one of the U.S. Armed Forces
4%
No, even if pardoned, they still took up arms against the U.S.
18%

Kevin McCarty has been the state insurance commissioner since 2003. Does Florida need a new insurance commissioner?

Only if a majority of the Cabinet agrees with the governor
71%
Yes. The governor should be able to make such a change on his own
5%
No. Insurance commissioner should be a Cabinet post, voted on at the polls
17%
Florida has an insurance commissioner?
7%

Are you concerned the state budget could reach $77 billion, up from $69 billion in Gov. Rick Scott's first year in office?

No, Scott's fiscal plan is more focused on job and economic creation
56%
Yes, Scott is playing for liberal love with all his money for education and the environment
15%
No, it needs to be even bigger to meet the needs of all Floridians
11%
Yes, there should be as little government as possible, with revenue drawn only through import tariffs
17%

What should the top priority be for protecting Florida’s water resources?

Funding Everglades restoration
16%
Restoring the state’s natural springs
42%
Cleaning the Kissimmee basin and Lake Okeechobee
34%
Exercising the U.S. Sugar Corp. option
7%

Who do you want to see as the next chair of the Republican Party of Florida?

Leslie Dougher
42%
Blaise Ingoglia
27%
Kurt Kelly
15%
Eric Miller
17%

Should Gov. Scott be summoning people and businesses from New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois and California to move to Florida?

Yes, keep Florida growing and moving
44%
Yes, but Scott must be more specific who we want to move here
15%
No, growth doesn't pay for itself, property owners do
11%
No, we are already struggling with our natural resources
24%
No, but I'd say yes if Scott would target nicer states
6%

Which of these has the best chance of happening in 2015?

Florida’s annual budget surpasses $80 billion
38%
Obamacare is overturned
8%
State lawmakers expand gun rights on college campuses
13%
Court battle over the state’s constitutional definition of marriage remains unsettled
11%
Charlie Crist explores running for U.S. Senate in 2016
27%
Both FSU and UF make the NCAA football final four
3%