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Subject: Florida Statewide survey conducted for FloridaPolitics.com

Date: February 26, 2020

Executive Summary:

This poll of 2,788 likely Florida Democratic Presidential Primary voters was conducted from
February 25, 2020 to February 26, 2020. This poll used the registered voter lists supplied by the state
of Florida as of January 7th, 2020. The sample of voters that were contacted included random samples
of registered voters within the boundaries of the state of Florida.

The issues surveyed included questions related to the Florida Democratic Presidential Preference
Primary.

Methodology:

The poll was conducted through an automated phone call polling system. The results were then
weighted to account for proportional differences between the respondents' demographics and the
demographics of the active Democratic voter population for the state of Florida. The weighting
demographics used were: race, age, gender and media market.

Respondents that stated they were not planning to vote in the March 17th Primary election were
excluded from the results.

The scientific results shown for the questions below have a sample size of 2,788 and a 1.9% Margin
of Error at a 95% confidence level.

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Respondents' Demographics:

Here is a summary of the demographic breakdown of the Registered voters who responded to this
survey:

Political Party:
Democratic 2788 = 100.0%
Republican 0 = 0%
Independent 0 = 0%

Race Breakdown:
White, Not Hispanic 1394 = 50.0%
Black, Not Hispanic 793 = 28.4%
Asian or Pacific Islander 51 = 1.8%
Hispanic 396 = 14.2%
Other or Unknown 154 = 5.5%

Gender Breakdown:
Female 1628 = 58.4%
Male 1121 = 40.2%

Age Breakdown:
18 to 29 285 = 10.2%
30 to 49 775 = 27.8%
50 to 69 1057 = 37.9%
70 and up 671 = 24.1%

Media Market Breakdown:


Pensacola 92 = 3.3%
Panama City 37 = 1.3%
Tallahassee 72 = 2.6%
Jacksonville 215 = 7.7%
Gainesville 62 = 2.2%
Orlando 560 = 20.1%
Tampa 642 = 23.0%
West Palm Beach 290 = 10.4%
Fort Myers 133 = 4.8%
Miami 685 = 24.6%
Summary of Scientific Results:

If the election for the Democratic Presidential Primary in Florida were held
today and the candidates were Joe Biden, Michael Bloomberg, Pete
Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, Bernie Sanders, Tom Steyer and Elizabeth
Warren, who would you vote for?
TOTAL ALREADY VOTED PLAN TO VOTE
Joe Biden: 33.8% 37.2% 32.9%
Michael Bloomberg: 24.9% 29.4% 23.6%
Pete Buttigieg: 7.8% 7.5% 7.9%
Amy Klobuchar: 4.1% 3.3% 4.4%
Bernie Sanders: 13.0% 13.0% 12.9%
Tom Steyer: 1.4% 0.8% 1.5%
Elizabeth Warren: 5.4% 4.4% 5.7%
Undecided/Won’t say: 9.6% 4.4% 11.1%

Have you already voted or do you plan to vote in the March 17th Florida
Democratic Presidential Primary?
Already voted: 22.0%
Plan to vote: 78.0%

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Detailed Results with Demographic Breakdowns for Each Question:

If the election for the Democratic Presidential Primary in Florida were held
today and the candidates were Joe Biden, Michael Bloomberg, Pete
Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, Bernie Sanders, Tom Steyer and Elizabeth
Warren, who would you vote for?
TOTAL ALREADY VOTED PLAN TO VOTE
Joe Biden: 33.8% 37.2% 32.9%
Michael Bloomberg: 24.9% 29.4% 23.6%
Pete Buttigieg: 7.8% 7.5% 7.9%
Amy Klobuchar: 4.1% 3.3% 4.4%
Bernie Sanders: 13.0% 13.0% 12.9%
Tom Steyer: 1.4% 0.8% 1.5%
Elizabeth Warren: 5.4% 4.4% 5.7%
Undecided/Won’t say: 9.6% 4.4% 11.1%

Non-Weighted Results and Demographic Breakdowns:

Biden: 33.8%
Bloomberg: 24.9%
Buttigieg: 7.8%
Klobuchar: 4.2%
Sanders: 12.9%
Steyer: 1.4%
Warren: 5.4%
Undecided: 9.6%

Race Breakdown:
White, Not Hispanic 1394 responses
Biden: 28.2% Bloomberg: 24.2% Buttigieg: 10.8% Klobuchar: 5.6% Sanders: 12.2% Steyer: 1.9% Warren: 6.7% Undecided: 10.5%
Black, Not Hispanic 793 responses
Biden: 45.9% Bloomberg: 23.7% Buttigieg: 2.6% Klobuchar: 2.9% Sanders: 11.0% Steyer: 0.8% Warren: 3.8% Undecided: 9.3%
Asian or Pacific Islander 51 responses
Biden: 39.2% Bloomberg: 29.4% Buttigieg: 5.9% Klobuchar: 2.0% Sanders: 11.8% Steyer: 2.0% Warren: 2.0% Undecided: 7.8%
Hispanic 396 responses
Biden: 28.8% Bloomberg: 29.5% Buttigieg: 8.1% Klobuchar: 2.0% Sanders: 19.2% Steyer: 0.8% Warren: 4.0% Undecided: 7.6%
Other or Unknown 154 responses
Biden: 33.8% Bloomberg: 24.0% Buttigieg: 7.8% Klobuchar: 3.9% Sanders: 14.3% Steyer: 1.3% Warren: 6.5% Undecided: 8.4%

Gender Breakdown:
Male 1121 responses
Biden: 33.5% Bloomberg: 22.7% Buttigieg: 8.4% Klobuchar: 4.6% Sanders: 13.7% Steyer: 1.7% Warren: 5.8% Undecided: 9.6%
Female 1628 responses
Biden: 34.3% Bloomberg: 26.4% Buttigieg: 7.4% Klobuchar: 3.7% Sanders: 12.3% Steyer: 1.0% Warren: 5.1% Undecided: 9.7%

Age Breakdown:
18 to 29 285 responses
Biden: 34.4% Bloomberg: 21.8% Buttigieg: 7.0% Klobuchar: 4.9% Sanders: 15.8% Steyer: 1.1% Warren: 5.3% Undecided: 9.8%
30 to 49 775 responses
Biden: 33.9% Bloomberg: 24.1% Buttigieg: 7.4% Klobuchar: 3.9% Sanders: 15.1% Steyer: 1.3% Warren: 5.4% Undecided: 8.9%
50 to 69 1057 responses
Biden: 31.7% Bloomberg: 24.0% Buttigieg: 8.7% Klobuchar: 4.6% Sanders: 13.9% Steyer: 1.7% Warren: 5.5% Undecided: 9.8%
70 and up 671 responses
Biden: 36.8% Bloomberg: 28.5% Buttigieg: 7.3% Klobuchar: 3.4% Sanders: 7.7% Steyer: 1.0% Warren: 5.2% Undecided: 10.0%
Media Market Breakdown:
Pensacola 92 responses
Biden: 42.4% Bloomberg: 16.3% Buttigieg: 6.5% Klobuchar: 5.4% Sanders: 16.3% Steyer: 2.2% Warren: 3.3% Undecided: 7.6%
Panama City 37 responses
Biden: 48.6% Bloomberg: 16.2% Buttigieg: 5.4% Klobuchar: 2.7% Sanders: 13.5% Steyer: 2.7% Warren: 0% Undecided: 10.8%
Tallahassee 72 responses
Biden: 44.4% Bloomberg: 19.4% Buttigieg: 8.3% Klobuchar: 5.6% Sanders: 6.9% Steyer: 1.4% Warren: 5.6% Undecided: 8.3%
Jacksonville 215 responses
Biden: 37.2% Bloomberg: 20.5% Buttigieg: 5.6% Klobuchar: 6.0% Sanders: 12.1% Steyer: 2.3% Warren: 7.9% Undecided: 8.4%
Gainesville 62 responses
Biden: 30.6% Bloomberg: 21.0% Buttigieg: 6.5% Klobuchar: 1.6% Sanders: 12.9% Steyer: 1.6% Warren: 14.5% Undecided: 11.3%
Orlando 560 responses
Biden: 35.2% Bloomberg: 22.3% Buttigieg: 8.8% Klobuchar: 3.8% Sanders: 13.0% Steyer: 1.4% Warren: 6.4% Undecided: 9.1%
Tampa 642 responses
Biden: 28.8% Bloomberg: 23.4% Buttigieg: 8.9% Klobuchar: 4.7% Sanders: 17.4% Steyer: 0.8% Warren: 6.2% Undecided: 9.8%
West Palm Beach 290 responses
Biden: 34.5% Bloomberg: 27.9% Buttigieg: 8.3% Klobuchar: 3.8% Sanders: 8.3% Steyer: 1.7% Warren: 3.1% Undecided: 12.4%
Fort Myers 133 responses
Biden: 36.1% Bloomberg: 29.3% Buttigieg: 6.0% Klobuchar: 5.3% Sanders: 7.5% Steyer: 3.8% Warren: 3.0% Undecided: 9.0%
Miami 685 responses
Biden: 32.8% Bloomberg: 30.2% Buttigieg: 7.3% Klobuchar: 3.4% Sanders: 12.1% Steyer: 0.7% Warren: 4.1% Undecided: 9.3%

© 2020 Fextel, Inc. phone: (727) 245-1962 website: www.stpetepolls.org


Have you already voted or do you plan to vote in the March 17th Florida
Democratic Presidential Primary?
Already voted: 22.0%
Plan to vote: 78.0%

Non-Weighted Results and Demographic Breakdowns:

Already voted: 22.1%


Plan to vote: 77.9%

Race Breakdown:
White, Not Hispanic 1394 responses
Already voted: 20.7% Plan to vote: 79.3%
Black, Not Hispanic 793 responses
Already voted: 23.2% Plan to vote: 76.8%
Asian or Pacific Islander 51 responses
Already voted: 23.5% Plan to vote: 76.5%
Hispanic 396 responses
Already voted: 25.5% Plan to vote: 74.5%
Other or Unknown 154 responses
Already voted: 19.5% Plan to vote: 80.5%

Gender Breakdown:
Male 1121 responses
Already voted: 21.9% Plan to vote: 78.1%
Female 1628 responses
Already voted: 22.3% Plan to vote: 77.7%

Age Breakdown:
18 to 29 285 responses
Already voted: 21.4% Plan to vote: 78.6%
30 to 49 775 responses
Already voted: 20.3% Plan to vote: 79.7%
50 to 69 1057 responses
Already voted: 21.2% Plan to vote: 78.8%
70 and up 671 responses
Already voted: 25.8% Plan to vote: 74.2%

Media Market Breakdown:


Pensacola 92 responses
Already voted: 20.7% Plan to vote: 79.3%
Panama City 37 responses
Already voted: 27.0% Plan to vote: 73.0%
Tallahassee 72 responses
Already voted: 15.3% Plan to vote: 84.7%
Jacksonville 215 responses
Already voted: 19.1% Plan to vote: 80.9%
Gainesville 62 responses
Already voted: 24.2% Plan to vote: 75.8%
Orlando 560 responses
Already voted: 18.0% Plan to vote: 82.0%
Tampa 642 responses
Already voted: 26.8% Plan to vote: 73.2%
West Palm Beach 290 responses
Already voted: 18.3% Plan to vote: 81.7%
Fort Myers 133 responses
Already voted: 24.1% Plan to vote: 75.9%
Miami 685 responses
Already voted: 23.5% Plan to vote: 76.5%

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