Florida Senate Race Polls 2022: Rubio 43%, Demings 37%

Florida Senate Race Polls 2022: Rubio 43%, Demings 37%
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Florida Senate Race Polls 2022 : As per the latest polls, Marco Rubio is ahead of his potential Democratic contenders.

Demings make small gains on Google Search and Social Media Sentiment.

Latest Polls, Google search trends, social media sentiments

The United States Florida Senate Election will be held on November 8th, 2022 to elect a member to the United States to represent the state of Florida. Both the senatorial seats of the state of Florida are currently held by Republicans. The one going to the election next year is the one held by incumbent Marco Rubio.

Florida has been a swing state on the national level for years but Donald Trump made huge inroads with Latino voters and especially Cuban-American voters in Miami Date county, resulting in a 3.5 point win, the largest margin of victory in Florida since 2004 by any presidential candidate.

Marco Rubio, a Cuban-American Republican who first won the election in the red wave of 2010, easily held on in 2016 after running for president unsuccessfully, defeating Democrat Patrick Murphy by 7.3 points and vastly outperforming Trump in the state who only managed to defeat Clinton by 1 point. This makes him a huge favorite for the 2022 election.

Florida Senate Race Polls 2022: Latest General Election Polls

A) Marco Rubio vs Val Demings

Polling Company
Date
Marco Rubio(R)
Val Demings(D)
Average of Polls
May
43%
37%
May 9th
34%
36%
Feb 20th
46%
34%
Feb 16th
49%
42%

Florida Senate Race Polls 2022: Google Search Update

Date
Marco Rubio
Val Demings
May 18th
72%
27%
May 14th
71%
28%
May 12th
69%
30%
May 11th
66%
33%

Florida Senate Race Polls 2022: Social Media Sentiments

Date
Marco Rubio
Val Demings
Alan Grayson
May 18th
+4%
+9%
+15%
May 14th
-14%
+40%
May 12th
-37%
-8%
May 11th
-48%
-10%
-24%

Read: Best Pollsters Biden Approval Rating: Biden Improving a little but Risks remain

Florida Senate Race Polls 2022: Latest Campaign Funding

Cash in Hand
$10.6 m
Val Demings
$8.1 m

Florida Senate Race Polls 2022: Latest Campaign News

Articles that are written by partisan websites are marked ether by(D) or (R). Article choices are driven by their appearance on Google.

  1. MARCO RUBIO SUPPORTED A FLORIDA LAW REQUIRING WOMEN TO PUBLISH THEIR SEXUAL HISTORIES IN THE NEWSPAPER
  2. Demings, Florida Congressional delegation lead fight against harmful algal blooms
  3. Cheri Beasley could win North Carolina’s Senate primary. Like other Black women, she laid the groundwork years ago.
  4. Rubio Warns Miami about Chinese Influence Campaign
  5. More homeland security money directed to Miami, Orlando, Tampa
  6. Meet The Women Who May Make History In The Midterms
  7. MARCO RUBIO AND RICK SCOTT VOTE AGAINST SECURING FLORIDIANS’ RIGHTS TO REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE

Florida Senate Race Polls 2022: Latest Videos

Florida Senate Race Polls 2022: Latest Tweets

Rep. Val Demings on Twitter: “As #NationalPoliceWeek comes to an end, I want to thank everyone who traveled to DC to honor our police officers. It was an honor to welcome you, and thank you once again for your dedication to public service. / Twitter”

As #NationalPoliceWeek comes to an end, I want to thank everyone who traveled to DC to honor our police officers. It was an honor to welcome you, and thank you once again for your dedication to public service.

Marco Rubio on Twitter: “Today the head of NIH admitted there are no long-term safety studies of the off-label use of puberty blockers by children that Biden and the left keep promoting pic.twitter.com/0XxgF1EaUa / Twitter”

Today the head of NIH admitted there are no long-term safety studies of the off-label use of puberty blockers by children that Biden and the left keep promoting pic.twitter.com/0XxgF1EaUa

Florida Senate Race Polls 2022: Demographics of Florida

As per the 2020 Census figures

Demographic
Proportion
White American
51.5%
Hispanic American
26.5%
African American
14.5%
Asian Americans
2.9%
Multiracial
3.7%
Others
0.9%

70% of the State’s denizens identify as Christian and 3% identify as Jews
The two largest congregations are Protestants at 46% and Catholics at 21%.

Most of Florida’s Hispanics are Cubans. In fact, Florida as a state due to its close proximity to Cuba has the highest proportion of Cuban Americans in the country. Most of the community is well known for its antipathy to Communism or Socialism due to most of the community being forced to migrate due to the actions of the Communist government of Cuba.

There’s a large chunk of Puerto Ricans in Florida, especially in the Orlando Metro area. They moved to Florida due to its cultural similarities, the poor economic conditions in Puerto Rico, and after Hurricane Maria devastated the island in 2018. The remaining Latino population is very diverse, hailing from various countries in South America including Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela, etc.

Florida has been crowned as one of the best places to retire due to its weather and beaches. Thus the state also has a large retiree population. 20% of the population is over 65 years of age.

Florida Senate Race Polls 2022: Party Registration

Florida has been a reliable swing state since 1992 fiercely contested between the 2 major parties.

In the last 20 years, the Republican party has grown more powerful in Florida and has been able to win over most state-level elected offices. Currently, except for the Agriculture Commissioner, it holds nearly each and every single office in the state including the 2 Senate seats and 16/27 US House Representative Seats.

As per the latest figures released by the Florida Secretary of State:-

Registered Republicans are 35.77% of total voters
Registered Democrats are 35.93% of total voters

Registered Independents are 26.54% of total voters

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