Florida voters are still unsure who they’ll vote for in the U.S. Senate primary.
A new Mason-Dixon poll found 43 percent of likely Democrats and 49 percent of likely Republican voters said they did not know who they would vote for in the Aug. 30 Senate primary. The findings were first reported by POLITCO Florida.
According to the survey’s memo, “none of the current contenders appears to have caught fire with state voters.”
On the Republican side, 17 percent of likely Republican voters said they would support Carlos Beruff, while 13 percent said they would David Jolly. Ron DeSantis came in third with 10 percent backing, while Carlos Lopez-Cantera received 9 percent support. Todd Wilcox received 2 percent in the Mason-Dixon poll.
The Democratic race is a little clearer. Patrick Murphy leads the pack with 31 percent support, while Alan Grayson comes in at 23 percent. Pam Keith picked up 3 percent support.
The U.S. Senate primary survey sampled 400 likely Democratic and 400 likely Republican primary voters. It has a margin of error of 5 percent.