Most Florida Democrats Undecided on Who Should Take on Ashley Moody in November

With less than three weeks to go until the primary, a new poll shows Democrats in the Sunshine State have yet to rally behind a candidate to challenge state Attorney General Ashley Moody in November.

St. Petes Polls took a survey of likely Democratic primary voters for Florida Politics which shows 55.8 percent remain undecided as the countdown in on until the primary on August 23.

Former Orange County State Attorney Aramis Ayala has the support of 18.2 percent of those surveyed, with attorney Jim Lewis right behind her at 17 percent. Attorney Daniel Uhlfelder takes 9 percent.

Less than a quarter of those surveyed–22.1 percent–have already voted. Ayala takes 26.2 percent of these voters, while Lewis pulls 24.5 percent. Uhlfelder gets 10.6 percent of these voters while 38.7 percent are either undecided or would not say.

Most of those who have yet to vote–60.5 percent–are undecided, while 16.1 percent of these voters are for Ayala, 14.8 percent are for Lewis and 8.6 percent are for Uhlfelder.

The poll of 1,361 likely Florida Democratic primary voters was taken from August 2 through August 3 and had a margin of error of +/- 2.7 percent.

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