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Polls ending June 3, 2022

Governor, Florida, 2022

714LV
May 27-Jun.4
714LV
Crist
51%
Crist
51%

Crist

51%

DeSantis

49%
49%
DeSantis  Crist+1

May 8, 2022

Governor, Florida, 2022

543RV
May 7-9
543RV
Crist
35%
Crist
35%

Crist

35%

DeSantis

36%
36%
DeSantis  DeSantis+1

March 11, 2022

Governor, Florida, 2022

500LV
Feb.28-Mar.12
500LV
Fried
27%
Fried
27%

Fried

27%

DeSantis

51%
51%
DeSantis  DeSantis+24
500LV
Feb.28-Mar.12
500LV
Crist
33%
Crist
33%

Crist

33%

DeSantis

49%
49%
DeSantis  DeSantis+16
500LV
Feb.28-Mar.12
500LV
Taddeo
30%
Taddeo
30%

Taddeo

30%

DeSantis

49%
49%
DeSantis  DeSantis+19

Feb. 22, 2022

Governor, Florida, 2022

1,064LV
Feb.23
1,064LV
Fried
50%
Fried
50%

Fried

50%

DeSantis

50%
50%
DeSantis  Fried+1
1,064LV
Feb.23
1,064LV
Crist
57%
Crist
57%

Crist

57%

DeSantis

44%
44%
DeSantis  Crist+13

Feb. 19, 2022

Governor, Florida, 2022

685RV
Feb.7-20
685RV
Fried
32%
Fried
32%

Fried

32%

DeSantis

55%
55%
DeSantis  DeSantis+23
685RV
Feb.7-20
685RV
Crist
34%
Crist
34%

Crist

34%

DeSantis

55%
55%
DeSantis  DeSantis+21
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