The Democrats are suddenly looking like they’re in trouble:
A recent survey of 800 likely voters in Florida shows that many of the races in the upcoming November election are still too close to call.
The survey, conducted for Gray Television by Strategic Research Associates, LLC, collected results from October 16 through 23.
The margin of error for the full sample is +/- 3.46%.
Here’s a breakdown of the results:
The state’s high-proﬁle race for governor is within the margin of error, showing Republican Ron DeSantis leading Democrat Andrew Gillum 48% to 45%.
79% of DeSantis’ supporters say that their vote is decided, or that they probably won’t change their mind, compared with 87% of Gillum supporters.
Gillum is viewed favorably by 40% of likely voters and unfavorably by 35%, with 13% holding a neutral opinion and 11% still unfamiliar. DeSantis is viewed favorably by 43% and unfavorably by 39%, with 9% holding a neutral opinion and 10% unfamiliar.
It’s not just the polls, either. We’re seeing desperation plays now like the bomb scare and the “migrant” caravans. The Democrats are not acting like a party that is confident of victory.