Poll: 66% of Fla voters who watched GOP convention did not change their mind about who to vote for

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A new SurveyUSA poll of Florida voters finds 66% of those who watched the final night of the GOP convention did not change their mind on who to vote for, 22% switched to Mitt Romney and 12% switched to President Obama.

Caveat: “As expected, those who watched the speeches at the Republican National Convention were disproportionately Republican. This poll does not attempt to measure how all likely voters in the state of Florida would vote if filling out a ballot today. It attempts to measure early movement among speech-watchers only.”

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