Florida was a hotly contested battleground state in the 2012 Presidential election, and the electorate was inundated with polls. Now that the election is behind us, we ask: how accurate were they?
An update to the previous <a href="http://www.bebr.ufl.edu/articles/floridians-opinions-about-amendment-4" target="_blank">Floridians' Opinions about Amendment 4</a>, with recent data.
Florida’s Consumer Sentiment Index usually tracks the confidence level of the entire country, so it might appear that Florida’s economy mirrors that of the nation as a whole. A closer look at regions within Florida tells a different story.
In November Floridians will vote on Amendment 4, a proposed change to property taxes. As of March 44 percent of Floridians said they would vote for it, short of the 60 percent needed to make it law.