Florida Republican and Democrat Presidential Primary Result

InsiderAdvantage/Majority Opinion Survey Conducted for the Florida Chamber of Commerce January 15-16

Republican Primary

446 registered voters likely to vote in Tuesday Jan. 29 primary. Weighted for age, race, gender, and party affiliation. Marin of error +/4.5%.

Giuliani: 21%

McCain: 20%

Romney: 20%

Huckabee: 13%

Thompson: 7%

Paul: 6%

Undecided: 13%

InsiderAdvantage/Creators Syndicate Matt Towery: “This is anyone’s race. My guess is that the candidate who emerges the winner from South Carolina will receive another one of these two-or-three day “bumps,” which might hold through the Jan. 29 Florida primary.”

Democratic Primary

360 registered voters likely to vote in Tuesday, Jan 29 primary. Weighted for age, race, gender, and political affiliation. Margin of error +/-5.5%

Clinton: 42%

Obama: 34%

Edwards: 9%

Other: 6%

Undecided: 9%

Towery: “Sen. Clinton is some danger of coming close to losing Florida. If Obama increases his African-American support a bit more, if Edwards remains in the race; and if turnout tends to be more motivated in the black community, then what seemed a safe state for Clinton could collapse into the hands of Obama. Clinton’s pledge not to campaign in Florida may strategically be the biggest mistake of the 2008 political season.”