February 20, 2022

For Immediate Release:

In a recent Political Matrix/Listener Group poll of 896 likely Florida Democrat voters; we see Congressman Charlie Crist leading Agriculture Secretary Nikki Fried 56.7% to 16.4% leaving Annette Taddeo with 2% and the remaining 24.9% being undecided.  This is a huge swing from his 10% lead just 7 months ago, which is the last time we polled this race.  Additionally, when you look at the regions throughout the state, Crist leads by this margin in every single part of the state.

1. If the Florida democrat primary was held today, who would you vote for between Annette Taddeo, Nikki Freed, or Charlie Crist?
Responses: 896Total Overall %
 1. Charlie Christ508 56.7%
 2. Nikki Fried147 16.4%
 3. Annette Taddeo18 2.0%
 4. Undecided223 24.9%


The persons sampled were Florida Democrat likely voters with a voting score of 100% for the primary and general election cycles. The voters called were those only with landlines and were called using an Interactive Voice Response (IVR) system and were called during the hours of 4PM to 8PM on February 19-20, 2022. The Margin of Error for this study is +/- 3.27% with a confidence level of 95%.  


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