Florida Poll: CD13 David Jolly Ahead(Random survey)

Gravis Research By Gravis Research January 15, 2014

Random Survey Executive Summary

Human Events and Gravis Marketing conducted a random survey of 976 registered Republican voters in Florida’s 13th Congressional District regarding current events and whom they would likely vote for among the candidates.  The poll carries a margin of error of 3%.  Overall, the results of the random survey are:

  • A close race among Jolly, Peters, and Bircher, with all three within striking distance of winning;
  • Very little support for federal regulation of video games or monitoring guns sales (26% and 29% respectively);
  • Voters generally think mothers should not be sent into combat zones (33% think they should);
  • Almost no support for illegal alien amnesty (13% approve).

Special Primary Election – Congressional District 13:  Plan to Vote and Early Voting Combined

Special Election Congressional District 13 Overall Special Primary Election – Congressional District 13Whom do you plan to vote for?

Special Election Congressional District 13 Plan to Vote

If you voted early, for whom did you vote?
Special Election Congressional District 13 Who Did You Vote forShould the federal government regulate video games that use firearm scenarios?

Should Feds Regulate Video Games

Should the federal government approve firearm transactions before they are completed?

Should Feds Regulate Gun Purchases

Should mothers serving in the military be ordered into combat zones?

Should Mothers Be Ordered into Combat Zones

Would you support amnesty for illegal aliens?

Amnesty for Illegal Aliens

Note: the polls were conducted using automated telephone and the results weighed according to anticipated voting demographics.  If you’d like to see further breakdown of the results, including crosstabulations by demographic characteristics, please contact Cherie Bereta Hymel.