Voter support for the property tax cut amendment is still short of victory according to a new Miami Herald poll, but undecided voters, a weekend ad blitz by the governor, and a large turnout of Republicans could send it over the top.
The statewide survey of 800 likely primary voters showed that 55 percent support Amendment 1, while 30 percent oppose it. Another 14 percent are undecided, and they are evenly split between Democrats and Republicans.The poll of likely primary voters was conducted Jan. 20-22 for the Miami Herald, the St. Petersburg Times and Bay News 9. Read story here. See poll results here.