Via the Miami Herald:
A newly released Mason-Dixon poll conducted on behalf of Telemundo (conducting the first gubernatorial debate Oct. 10) and Leadership Florida/Florida Press Association (conducting a debate Oct. 15) shows Rick Scott leading Charlie Crist 43 percent to 41 percent, within the magin of error of plus or minus 4 percent. Libertarian Adrian Wylie receives 4 percent. The survey of 625 likely voters was conducted Sept. 2-4, and Mason-Dixon cautioned that its sample reflected current voter registration in Florida (41 percent Democrat, 37 percent Republican, 21 percent other), and “does not assume a higher or lower turnout by either political party.” Considering the Republican turnout is consistently at least 4 percentage points higher than Democrats in off-year elections, it’s reasonable to assume Scott would have a higher lead if the sample reflected the likely electorate.
Attorney General Pam Bondi is presently accompanying Scott on his campaign tour.