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President 2012 Florida Poll Watch: Mitt Romney 43% Vs. Barack Obama 42%

According to the latest Suffolk University Poll.

Job Approval Vs. Disapproval:

  • President Barack Obama – 41% Vs. 48%

Favorable Vs. Unfavorable:

  • President Barack Obama – 48% Vs. 44%
  • Senator Bill Nelson (D) – 43% Vs. 24%
  • Senator Marco Rubio (R) – 41% Vs. 30%
  • Jeb Bush – 53% Vs. 33%

GOP Head to Head:

  • Romney – 33%
  • Huckabee – 14%
  • Gingrich – 9%
  • Trump – 8%
  • Palin – 8%
  • Barbour – 4%
  • Pawlenty – 3%
  • Paul – 2%
  • Bachmann -1%

General Election:

  • Romney – 43% Vs.Obama – 42%
  • Obama – 44% Vs. Huckabee – 41%
  • Obama – 41% Vs. Pawlenty – 28%
  • Obama – 45% Vs. Bachmann – 30%
  • Obama – 47% Vs. Gingrich – 36%
  • Obama – 52% Vs. Palin – 34%
  • Obama – 49% Vs. Trump – 34%
  • Obama – 47% Vs. Barbour – 26%
  • Obama – 48% Vs. Paul – 30%

This is a very good poll for Mitt Romney. Everyone knows that Romney will likely win New Hampshire, lose the next primary in South Carolina and likely win Nevada. So, who will have the Big Mo going into Florida and then into Super Tuesday?

If Romney continues to poll Florida well, Mike Huckabee may not even declare his candidacy, acknowledging a difficult race against Mitt.

Note that Romney runs well against President Obama in this key battleground state and today the race is a toss-up within the margin of error.