Poll: Indecision reigns in Florida Senate primary

New numbers out Thursday from Public Policy Polling give Rep. Kendrick Meek (D-Fla.) a 3-point lead over self-funding billionaire Jeff Greene in Florida's Democratic Senate primary.

Meek leads 28 percent to 25 percent, but a plurality of Democratic voters remain undecided.

The poll found a full 37 percent of respondents still aren't behind either Greene or Meek. The survey polled 339 Democratic primary voters and has a margin of error of +/- 5.3 percentage points.

From PPP's Tom Jensen: "Meek's small advantage is built on strong support from African-Americans and liberals. The race is even with whites, but Meek is up 44-19 with black voters. Meek has a 3 point lead with moderates that's balanced out by Greene's 19 point edge with conservatives, but the tie is broken by a 39-26 margin for Meek with liberal voters."

Meanwhile, a new Rasmussen poll out Thursday shows a general election match-up between Gov. Charlie Crist (I) and Marco Rubio (R) is still a toss-up.

In a three-way race Crist leads with 35 percent to Rubio's 33 percent. Meek comes in third at 20 percent.

Rasmussen notes that Meek's 20 percent number is actually a 5-point improvement from a poll at the beginning of the month. In a three-way race with Jeff Greene, not much changes. 

Crist still leads with 36 percent to Rubio's 34 percent. Greene is a distant third with 19 percent of the vote. The Rasmussen survey polled 750 likely voters and has a margin of error of +/- 4 percentage points.

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