December 19, 2012


Scott Continues String of Negative Ratings in Florida

A new Quinnipiac poll in Florida finds Gov. Rick Scott (R) with an upside down approval rating at 36% to 45% and a majority saying he doesn't deserve a second term.

Key finding: 53% of Republicans would like another candidate for governor in 2014.

Said pollster Peter Brown: "The rejection of Scott appears to be driven more by policy than personality: Voters like Scott as a person 36 - 32 percent, but they dislike his policies 52 - 32 percent. One bright spot - a total of 49 percent of voters are very or somewhat satisfied with the way things are going in Florida, higher than it's been so far during Scott's term."










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