Politics

Graphic: Latest presidential poll

Related Story: Mitt Romney maintains lead over Obama, 51-45

Florida (statewide)

Since July poll: Obama -1; Romney +6

July Poll
46%
45%
Latest Poll
45%
51%

Gender

Men

Since July poll: Obama +2; Romney +3

July Poll
39%
53%
Latest Poll
41%
56%

Women

Since July poll: Obama -3; Romney +9

July Poll
52%
38%
Latest Poll
49%
47%

Party

Democrats

Since July poll: Obama -4; Romney +4

July Poll
84%
12%
Latest Poll
80%
16%

Republicans

Since July poll: Obama, no change; Romney +10

July Poll
5%
83%
Latest Poll
5%
93%

Independents

Since July poll: Obama -3; Romney +8

July Poll
46%
41%
Latest Poll
43%
49%

Race

White

Since July poll: Obama -3; Romney +9

July Poll
37%
53%
Latest Poll
34%
62%

Black

Since July poll: Obama +4; Romney -2

July Poll
93%
Latest Poll
97%

Region

Hispanic

Since July poll: Obama -1; Romney +1

July Poll
49%
42%
Latest Poll
48%
43%

Southeast Florida

Since July poll: Obama -4; Romney +6

July Poll
58%
34%
Latest Poll
54%
40%

Southwest Florida

Since July poll: Obama +2; Romney +2

July Poll
36%
55%
Latest Poll
38%
57%

Tampa Bay

Since July poll: Obama, no change; Romney +5

July Poll
47%
46%
Latest Poll
47%
51%

Central Florida

Since July poll: Obama +2; Romney +8

July Poll
43%
45%
Latest Poll
45%
53%

North Florida

Since July poll: Obama, no change; Romney +4

July Poll
35%
56%
Latest Poll
35%
60%

Age

18-34

Since July poll: Obama +1; Romney +3

July Poll
53%
38%
Latest Poll
54%
41%

35-49

Since July poll: Obama -8; Romney +8

July Poll
49%
44%
Latest Poll
41%
52%

50-64

Since July poll: Obama +1; Romney +5

July Poll
44%
47%
Latest Poll
45%
53%

65+

Since July poll: Obama +3; Romney +6

July Poll
42%
47%
Latest Poll
45%
53%
Note: The telephone survey of 800 registered Florida voters — all likely to vote in the November election — was conducted Oct. 30-Nov. 1 for the Tampa Bay Times, Miami Herald, El Nuevo Herald, Bay News 9 and Central Florida News 13. The poll, which included respondents using land-lines and cell phones, was conducted by Mason-Dixon, a nonpartisan, Jacksonville-based company. The margin of error is plus or minus 3.5 percentage points. Miami Herald Staff
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