Public Policy Polling, which typically surveys for Democrats and liberals, is out with a new poll that has some interesting results: Floridians oppose the Cuba embargo 53-22 percent and, in a 2016 GOP primary for president, Republicans narrowly favor Sen. Marco Rubio over former Gov. Jeb Bush 45-41 percent.
But that's in a head-to-head matchup. In a crowded field, Bush cleans up by garnering 30 percent of the vote to Rubio's 14 percent.
Still, both narrowly would lose to Hillary Clinton by an inside-the-error-margin amount. Bush is essentially tied with her 45-46 percent; Rubio loses a little more, 48-44 percent.
There is one inconsistency in the eyes of Florida voters: They don't want Rubio or Bush to run, but the two match up best against Clinton out of the other GOP names. Go figure.
Here's the write up: