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U.S. Senate, Florida, 2024, General election

April 9-10
1,000RV
April 9-10
1,000RV
Mucarsel-Powell
38%
Mucarsel-Powell
38%

Mucarsel-Powell

38%

Scott

45%
45%
Scott  Scott+7
April 5-7
1,014A
April 5-7
1,014A
Mucarsel-Powell
26%
Mucarsel-Powell
26%

Mucarsel-Powell

26%

Scott

36%
36%
Scott  Scott+10
Feb. 29-March 1
790V
Feb. 29-March 1
790V
Mucarsel-Powell
41%
Mucarsel-Powell
41%

Mucarsel-Powell

41%

Scott

44%
44%
Scott  Scott+3
June 27-29
1,298LV
June 27-29
1,298LV
Ehr
41%
Ehr
41%

Ehr

41%

Scott

45%
45%
Scott  Scott+4
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