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Florida Poll Results for the Republicans and Democrats

The latest round of polls for the Democrat and Republican nominations for president reveals that both Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush are leading their respective parties. The poll had a margin of error of 3 percent.

Clinton achieved 64.8 percent of the vote, while Bush netted 27.5 percent of the vote.

The Democrats:

  • Hillary Clinton – 64.8%
  • Bernie Sanders – 20.6%
  • Unsure – 9.5%
  • Martin O’Malley – 2.1%
  • Bill De Blasio – 1.7%
  • Jim Webb – 0.9%
  • Lincoln Chafee – 0.4%

Voters for the Democrats poll were 59 percent white, 13 percent Hispanic, and 15 percent African-American. 39 percent of voters identified as Protestant, 29 percent as other, and 20 percent as Catholic. 42 percent of the voters were 18-49, 32 percent were 50-64, and 26 percent were over 65. Lastly, 63 percent of voters were female, while 37 percent were male.

The Republicans:

  • Jeb Bush – 27.5%
  • Marco Rubio – 23%
  • Unsure – 13.3%
  • Rand Paul – 8.8%
  • Scott Walker – 8.7%
  • Carly Fiorina – 6.2%
  • Ted Cruz – 5.2%
  • Mike Huckabee – 4.5%
  • Bobby Jindal – 2.4%
  • Lindsey Graham – 0.3%
  • Rick Santorum – 0.1%

On the Republican side of the poll, voters were asked who they would choose between Rubio and Bush. 39.4 percent chose Rubio, 38.7 percent selected Bush, and 21.9 percent were unsure.

In terms of Demographics, the Republican poll was 73 percent white, 11 percent Hispanic and 6 percent other. 45 percent of voters identified as Protestant, 28 percent as Catholic, and 13 percent as other. 30 percent of the voters were 18-49, 40 percent were 50-64, and 30 percent of voters were over the age of 65. 52 percent of voters were male, while 48 percent were female.

Photo credit: CBS News.