Not surprisingly, new polls were released in the nip and tuck Florida Senate race. The University of North Florida (10/23-26; 1,051 FL likely voters; automated) and Suffolk University (10/24-28; 500 FL likely voters) both went into the field and found Sen. Bill Nelson (D) clinging to small leads over Gov. Rick Scott (R). UNF posts the ballot test at 47-46% in the Senator’s favor, while Suffolk finds an equivalent 45-43% point spread. The margins again suggest that either man can still win this race as we enter the campaign’s last week. With early voting already more than half-way through, it is likely that as much as 50% of the statewide vote is already in the ballot box.
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