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McCollum 44, Sink 31 in robo-poll

From Public Policy Polling:

Neither of the top candidates for governor of Florida is particularly well known or liked but with the national political winds blowing in a Republican direction Bill McCollum has the solid early lead. McCollum's currently at 44% to 31% for Alex Sink. He leads her 38-25 with independent voters and is winning 20% of the Democratic vote while holding Sink to just 11% of the Republican vote. McCollum's advantage is hardly an indication of a Florida electorate in love with him. 50% of voters in the state say they don't know enough about him to have an opinion and among those who do 25% view him favorably with 26% holding an unfavorable opinion. Sink is comparatively anonymous -- an identical 50% have no opinion about her with 23% holding a positive one and 27% a negative one. The high levels of ambivalence may seem unusual given that both hold statewide office and that this is McCollum's fourth statewide run in the last ten years but down ballot state officials don't tend to be very well known, particularly in a state as large as


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i saw Bill speak today in Miami and he sounds stong and knows Florida. he is a good honest guy, with a plan.


He is a dildo


Its time the Ds found a new candidate. Sink isn't going to win. She was lucky to have a miserable opponent in 2006, but she can't even poll close against a mediocre McCollum.

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