"The race is essentially unchanged from last fall, with Republicans still introducing themselves to voters and Bill NelsonBill NelsonElection-year politics: Senate Dems shun GOP vulnerables Overnight Finance: Senate rejects funding bill as shutdown looms | Labor Dept. to probe Wells Fargo | Fed to ease stress test rules for small banks Overnight Energy: Judges scrutinize Obama climate rule MORE leading the field comfortably," PPP President Dean Debnam wrote in a polling memo.
One in three voters doesn't report having an opinion — a surprisingly high figure for an incumbent senator that is exaggerated further when gender is taken into account. Of the women polled, 43 percent said they didn't have an opinion of Nelson, compared to just 20 percent of men.
The poll of 700 Florida voters was conducted April 12-15 using automated telephone interviews, and had a margin of error of 3.7 percentage points.
The Hill rates this race as leaning Democratic.