TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - A new Associated Press-GfK poll
released today shows the race for Florida remains deadlocked just
days before Nov. 4.
Barack Obama's strong appeal among women voters is balanced out
by John McCain's solid support from men.
The poll of 600 likely Florida voters found that Obama was
favored by 45 percent of respondents, compared to 43 for McCain.
Two percent supported a third-party candidate and 10 percent were
undecided or didn't respond.
It means Florida is once again a tossup. The state decided the
2000 presidential election by 537 votes after five weeks of
recounts and challenges.
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