DeSANTIS DOMINANT: New Poll Shows Governor Way Up on Three Democratic Challengers

It’s looking like Florida will remain free.

According to the Hill, Governor Ron DeSantis is leading his Democratic opponents in the latest survey from Mason-Dixon Polling, a non-partisan firm.

“The survey, conducted by the nonpartisan firm Mason-Dixon Polling and Research, found DeSantis claiming more than half the vote in match-ups against Rep. Charlie Crist (D), state Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried (D) and state Sen. Annette Taddeo (D),” the Hill reports.

“DeSantis leads Crist, making his bid to return to Tallahassee a dozen years after his sole term as governor ended, by a 51 percent to 43 percent margin. DeSantis leads Fried by a 53 percent to 42 percent margin. And he leads Taddeo, who represents a Miami-area district, 53 percent to 37 percent.”

The Mason-Dixon poll was conducted Feb. 7-10 among 625 registered Florida voters, with an oversample of 400 likely Democratic primary voters.

Read a further break down of the results over at The Hill: