“There is almost no change from our poll in early October in which Clinton led Trump by 3 percentage points, 41-38, in the four-way contest, but the head-to-head results have tightened considerably,” said Dr. Michael Binder, faculty director of the Public Opinion Research Laboratory. “This poll has an even distribution of Democrats and Republicans, however in this election Democrats are outperforming their historical norms in absentee and early voting. If this trend continues through Election Day, Clinton could expand this margin and easily win Florida.”
In the Florida Senate race, Marco Rubio leads Patrick Murphy, 49 percent to 43 percent.
“Rubio is maintaining his six percentage point lead from our poll earlier in the month. Rubio can attribute his lead to support from NPAs and more Democrats willing to cast a ballot for him than Republicans are for Murphy”, said Dr. Binder.