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Polls ending Nov. 16, 2022

President: general election, Florida, 2024

600LV
Nov.16-17
600LV
Biden
51%
Biden
51%

Biden

51%

Trump

49%
49%
Trump  Biden+2
600LV
Nov.16-17
600LV
Biden
47%
Biden
47%

Biden

47%

DeSantis

53%
53%
DeSantis  DeSantis+5

President: Republican primary, Florida, 2024

700LV
Nov.16-17
700LV
DeSantis
56%
DeSantis
56%

DeSantis

56%

Trump

45%
45%
Trump  DeSantis+11

Nov. 12, 2022

President: Republican primary, Florida, 2024

1,044LV
Nov.11-13
1,044LV
DeSantis
56%
DeSantis
56%

DeSantis

56%

Trump

30%
30%
Trump  DeSantis+26

Nov. 10, 2022

President: Republican primary, Florida, 2024

Nov.11
DeSantis
66%
DeSantis
66%

DeSantis

66%

Trump

21%
21%
Trump  DeSantis+45

Nov. 8, 2022

Nov. 6, 2022

Governor, Florida, 2022
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722LV
Nov.6-7
722LV
Crist
48%
Crist
48%

Crist

48%

DeSantis

52%
52%
DeSantis  DeSantis+4
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