Miami Herald/Tampa Bay Times poll: Sen. Bill Nelson continues to lead Connie Mack, 47-42 percent

A Tampa Bay Times/Bay News 9 Exclusive Poll released Friday found the incumbent senator only holds a 5-point lead, 47-42 percent, over his competitor, Republican U.S. Rep. Connie Mack IV. With.

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New poll: Nelson leads Mack, 47-42%.. Sen. Bill Nelson has a 47 to 42 percent lead over Rep. Connie Mack, according to a Tampa Bay Times/Miami Herald/Bay News 9 poll released Friday.

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Sen. Bill Nelson Ahead of Connie Mack Sen. Bill Nelson has a 47 to 42 percent lead over Rep. Connie Mack, according to the Tampa Bay Times/Miami Herald/Bay News 9 poll. Only 36 percent of.

Read more at the Tampa Bay Times. Connie Mack IV, R-Fort Myers, a wide lead in a U.S. Senate matchup against former U.S. Sen. George LeMieux and tea party candidate Mike McCalister. If the election.

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Miami Herald/Tampa Bay Times poll: Sen. Bill Nelson continues to lead Connie Mack, 47-42 percent Sen. Bill Nelson leads Connie Mack by 8 points in new times/herald/bay news 9 poll A new survey on the U.S. Senate race shows a shift in the Democrat’s favor. By mary ellen klas

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A Miami Herald/El Nuevo Herald/Tampa Bay Times survey found Romney winning 49-43 among independents.. It showed Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson faring much better than Obama, beating U.S. Rep.

Miami Herald/Tampa Bay Times poll: Sen. Bill Nelson continues to lead Connie Mack, 47-42 percent By Mary Ellen Klas October 12, 2012 05:19 PM