Florida gubernatorial election, 2014

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Florida gubernatorial election, 2014
Florida
2010 ←
November 4, 2014
→ 2018

 
PartyRepublicanDemocratic

Incumbent Governor

Rick Scott
Republican

 
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Florida gubernatorial election, 2014
Florida
2010 ←
November 4, 2014
→ 2018

 
PartyRepublicanDemocratic

Incumbent Governor

Rick Scott
Republican

The 2014 Florida gubernatorial election will take place on November 4, 2014, to elect the Governor of Florida. Incumbent Republican Governor Rick Scott is running for re-election to a second term in office.[1]

Scott is considered vulnerable as reflected in his low approval ratings.[2][3][4] The consensus among The Cook Political Report,[5] Governing,[6] The Rothenberg Political Report,[7] Sabato's Crystal Ball[8] and Daily Kos Elections[9] is that the contest is a "tossup".

Republican primary[edit]

Candidates[edit]

Declared[edit]

Declined[edit]

Endorsements[edit]

Polling[edit]

Poll sourceDate(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin of
error
Rick
Scott
Ted
Yoho
OtherUndecided
Public Policy PollingMarch 15–18, 2013326± 5.4%54%13%32%
Poll sourceDate(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin of
error
Rick
Scott
Someone
else
OtherUndecided
Public Policy PollingMarch 15–18, 2013326± 5.4%42%43%14%
Public Policy PollingJanuary 11–13, 2013436± 4.7%50%40%10%
QuinnipiacDecember 11–17, 20121,261± 2.8%30%53%16%
Public Policy PollingSeptember 22–25, 2011472± 4.5%53%37%10%

Democratic primary[edit]

Candidates[edit]

Declared[edit]

Potential[edit]

Declined[edit]

Endorsements[edit]

Polling[edit]

Poll sourceDate(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin of
error
Charlie
Crist
Buddy
Dyer
Dan
Gelber
Pam
Iorio
Anthony Shriver
Kennedy
Jimmy
Morales
Bill
Nelson
Nan
Rich
Alex
Sink
Rod
Smith
OtherUnde-
cided
Public Policy PollingJanuary 16–21, 2014243± 6.3%58%16%25%
Fabrizio McLaughlinNovember 24–26, 2013380± ?45%32%4%19%
QuinnipiacNovember 12–17, 20131,646± 2.4%60%12%2%26%
Public Policy PollingSeptember 27–29, 2013337± ?59%16%25%
Public Policy PollingMarch 15–18, 2013500± 5.4%50%9%3%21%16%
Hamilton StrategiesJan. 30–Feb. 4, 2013600± 4%43%1%14%5%37%
Public Policy PollingJanuary 11–13, 2013401± 4.9%52%4%13%1%18%12%
SEA Polling[dead link]September 2012600± 4%29%3%8%2%1%31%26%
St. Pete PollsSeptember 8, 20121,689± 2.4%60.9%7%3.5%25.1%3.4%

Libertarian primary[edit]

Candidates[edit]

Declared[edit]

Declined[edit]

Independents[edit]

Candidates[edit]

Declared[edit]

General election[edit]

Predictions[edit]

SourceRanking
Cook Political Report[5]Toss up
Governing[6]Toss up
The Rothenberg Political Report[7]Toss up
Sabato's Crystal Ball[8]Toss up
Daily Kos Elections[9]Toss up

Polling[edit]

With Crist[edit]

Poll sourceDate(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin of
error
Rick
Scott (R)
Charlie
Crist (D)
OtherUndecided
QuinnipiacApril 23–28, 20141,413± 2.6%38%48%2%12%
SurveyUSAApril 2014 ?± 4.3%41%44%6%8%
Rasmussen ReportsApril 21–22, 2014750± 4%39%45%6%10%
Mason-DixonApril 15–17 & 21–22, 2014700± 3.8%42%42%4%[49]12%
Magellan StrategiesApril 14–15, 2014868± 3.33%45%43%5%7%
SurveyUSAApril 10–14, 2014502± 4.5%41%46%7%6%
Public Policy PollingApril 1–3, 2014814± 3.1%42%49%10%
Sunshine State NewsMarch 31–April 3, 2014800± 3.46%45%44%1%10%
Saint Leo UniversityMarch 16–19, 2014500± 5.0%39%43%18%
University of North FloridaMarch 6–16, 2014507± 4.35%33%34%17%17%
University of FloridaJanuary 27–February 1, 20141,006± 3%40%47%13%
Gravis MarketingJanuary 30–31, 2014808± 4%44%47%3%[49]6%
QuinnipiacJanuary 22–27, 20141,565± 2.5%38%46%16%
Hamilton StrategiesJanuary 14–20, 2014700± 3.8%44%49%7%
Public Policy PollingJanuary 16–21, 2014591± 4%41%43%15%
Saint Leo UniversityDecember 1–8, 2013400± 5%34%46%20%
Fabrizio McLaughlinNovember 24–26, 20131,000± 3.1%45%49%6%
QuinnipiacNovember 12–17, 20131,646± 2.4%40%47%2%12%
Gravis MarketingNovember 8–10, 2013932± 3%36%46%19%
University of North FloridaSeptember 30–October 8, 2013526± 4.27%40%44%2%14%
Public Policy PollingSeptember 27–29, 2013579± 4.1%38%50%12%
St. Pete PollsAugust 1–2, 20133,034± 1.8%29.5%40.1%8.7%[49]21.7%
QuinnipiacJune 11–16, 20131,176± 2.9%37%47%2%12%
Public Policy PollingMarch 15–18, 2013500± 5.4%40%52%8%
QuinnipiacMarch 13–18, 20131,000± 3.1%34%50%1%15%
Hamilton StrategiesJanuary 30–February 4, 2013600± 4%41%41%7%
Public Policy PollingJanuary 11–13, 2013501± 4.4%39%53%8%
Public Policy PollingAugust 31–September 2, 20121,548± 2.5%42%45%13%
Public Policy PollingJuly 26–29, 2012871± 3.3%41%44%15%
Public Policy PollingNovember 28–December 1, 2011700± 3.7%32%55%13%
Public Policy PollingSeptember 22–25, 2011476± 4.5%38%51%11%
Public Policy PollingJune 16–19, 2011848± 3.4%34%56%10%

With Scott[edit]

Poll sourceDate(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin of
error
Rick
Scott (R)
Nan
Rich (D)
OtherUndecided
QuinnipiacApril 23–28, 20141,413± 2.6%42%36%3%19%
Saint Leo UniversityMarch 16–19, 2014500± 5%40%32%28%
University of FloridaJanuary 27–February 1, 20141,006± 3%41%36%23%
QuinnipiacJanuary 22–27, 20141,565± 2.5%41%37%22%
Public Policy PollingJanuary 16–21, 2014591± 4%40%34%25%
Saint Leo UniversityDecember 1–8, 2013400± 5%36%31%32%
QuinnipiacNovember 12–17, 20131,646± 2.4%43%35%3%19%
University of North FloridaSeptember 30–October 8, 2013526± 4.27%43%28%2%27%
Public Policy PollingSeptember 27–29, 2013579± 4.1%37%36%27%
QuinnipiacJune 11–16, 20131,176± 2.9%42%36%3%20%
Public Policy PollingMarch 15–18, 2013500± 5.4%42%36%21%
Public Policy PollingJanuary 11–13, 2013501± 4.4%41%37%22%
Public Policy PollingMay 31–June 3, 2012642± 3.9%35%47%18%

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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