Charlie Crist, Marco Rubio, and Kendrick Meeks are in a hotly contested race for the United States Senate in Florida. This race became high profile with Crist’s departure from the Republican Party to declare himself an Independent. (generally considered to be conservative and lean right) compiles aggregate polls from sources ranging from Rasmussen to Quinnipiac to Gallup, and beyond.

The most recent RCP Average (average of the polls together for a combined general idea of how the polls are leaning) shows that Crist and Rubio are statistically tied for the US Senate race in Florida. Meeks (D-FL) is trailing behind them significantly with

The Polls Read as follows

Rasmussen Reports Sampling:
{Date: 5/16 – 5/16} Sample SIze: 500 LV Rubio-39 Crist-31 Meeks-18; Rubio +8

Mason Dixon Poll
{Date: 5/3 – 5/5} Sample Size: 625 LV Rubio-32 Crist-38 Meeks-19; Crist +6

Quinnipiac Poll
{Date: 4/8 – 4/13} Sample Size: 1250 RV Rubio-30 Crist-32 Meeks-24; Crist +2

RCP Average: Rubio-33.7 Crist-33.7 Meek-20.3 Tie

Courtesy Real Clear Politics

The race has been pretty heated, and Rubio was pulling way ahead for awhile. Crist seems to be holding his own being a newly anointed Independent. I’m excited to see this race develop.

Chuckie Corra

Chuckie Corra

I am a young, moderately liberal/progressive Democrat currently residing in the state of West Virginia. I attend Shepherd University, work closely with YDA, and have been active on FDL for about 6 months. I worked with the Elewana Education Project in Kenya to promote technology growth in secondary school students. My focus, then, tends to be on issues effecting WV, environmental issues (specifically coal issues), and growing African democracies specifically Kenya. I'm pretty open-minded