Results of SurveyUSA Election Poll #13121
 
FL DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY -- Steady As She Goes, Clinton Remains in Command, 32 Points Atop Obama: In a Democratic Presidential Primary in Florida today, 12/18/07, six weeks to the vote, Hillary Clinton remains an overwhelming presence, attracting 53% of the vote. In 4 SurveyUSA tracking polls conducted exclusively for WFLA-TV Tampa and WKRG-TV Mobile, Clinton has led Barack Obama by 30 or more points. Today it is 32 points, with Obama and John Edwards effectively tied for 2nd place, Obama at 21%, Edwards at 19%. Among voters age 50+, Clinton leads 4:1. Among voters under 50, Clinton leads 4:3. Clinton's lead among women is twice her lead among men. Compared to an identical SurveyUSA tracking poll two weeks ago, Edwards is the only candidate with momentum, and is at 20% among male voters and white voters, 23% in Central Florida
 
Filtering: 2,000 state of Florida adults were interviewed 12/15/07 and 12/16/07. Of them, 1,753 were registered to vote. Of them, 495 were identified by SurveyUSA as being likely to vote in the 01/29/08 Florida Republican Primary.
 
If the Democratic Primary for President of the United States were today, would you vote for...(names rotated) Hillary Clinton? John Edwards? Barack Obama? Or some other Democrat?
495 Likely VotersAllGenderRaceParty AffiliationIdeologyRegionAge<50 / 50+
Credibility Interval: ± 4.5 pct pointsMaleFemaleWhiteBlackHispanicOtherRepublicDemocratNo AffilConservaModerateLiberalNorth WeNorth EaCentralSouth WeSouth Ea18-3435-4950-6465+18-4950+
Clinton53%45%57%56%28%62%****53%**51%52%56%51%50%54%43%56%31%44%55%64%40%60%
Edwards19%20%18%20%5%30%****19%**16%21%19%20%17%23%20%16%20%25%19%15%23%17%
Obama21%26%18%15%64%6%****21%**20%21%19%21%33%16%28%21%43%25%20%13%30%16%
Other5%6%5%6%3%2%****5%**8%4%6%8%0%6%8%4%6%4%5%7%4%6%
Undecided2%2%1%2%0%0%****2%**5%3%0%0%0%1%1%3%0%3%2%2%2%2%
Total100%100%100%100%100%100%100%0%100%0%100%100%100%100%100%100%100%100%100%100%100%100%100%100%
Composition of Likely Voters100%39%61%70%15%13%2%0%100%0%12%44%32%8%8%29%14%42%11%26%29%34%37%63%
 
** Too few respondents of this type were interviewed for this data to be meaningful.