After a period where Sen. Bill Nelson (D) had seemingly pulled away from Gov. Rick Scott (R), we now see two polls forecasting the pair returning to basic tied status. Mason-Dixon Polling & Research, a frequent Florida pollster, released their latest data (9/24-27; 815 FL registered voters) and it found Sen. Nelson’s lead dissipating to one point, at 47-46%. Likewise, Strategic Research Associates of Austin, TX, finds a similar reading. According to their polling results (9/17-30; 800 FL likely voters), Sen. Nelson’s one-point edge is confirmed, 44-43%.
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