Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Libertarian Wylie polls near 9% in FL Governor's race

LP Candidate Wyllie stuns naysayers with performance in latest political polls - Tampa Bay Libertarian | Examiner.com - Brian C. Cole:

August 5, 2013 - "On Monday, Aug. 5, St.PetePolls.org (a division of Fextel, Inc.) released political polling data stunning media outlets and numerous other naysayers across the Sunshine State working to ignore Libertarian Party (LP) Gubernatorial Candidate Adrian Wyllie's grass-roots campaign to become Florida’s next governor.

Not only did Wyllie receive support when mentioned alongside co-contenders Charlie Crist and Rick Scott, he actually placed at a respectable 8.7 percent. Remarkably, Wyllie's building support base is the result of a much more limited campaign budget than his expected Democratic and Republican opponents in next November's election....

"When respondents are broken down by party affiliation, Wyllie received support from 6.9 percent of voters identifying themselves as Democrats, 9.4 percent as Republicans, and 11.1 percent of Independents.

"In terms of race, 8.8 percent of whites backed Wyllie, along with 9.1 percent of blacks, 8.0 percent of Hispanics, 4.9 percent of Asians/Pacific Islanders, and 9.6 percent other or unknown races.

"When segregated by age, Wyllie received 10.5 percent of the support of voters age 18 to 29, 10.7 percent of voters age 30 to 49, 7.8 percent age 50 to 69, and 5.0 percent for voters age 70 or older.
Read more: http://www.examiner.com/article/lp-candidate-wyllie-shocks-naysayers-with-his-placement-recent-political-poll
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