Florida 22nd poll
From the Sun-Sentinel-
The fiercely fought congressional race between Republican Clay Shaw and Democrat Ron Klein is too close to call. A new South Florida Sun-Sentinel poll shows incumbent Shaw ahead, but contains ominous signs for his attempt to win a 14th term.The poll is close but obviously favorable for Clay Shaw. I wouldn't put this in a GOP win column yet. The only poll that truly matters is the one on November 7th and there is still ample time for events to sway voter opinions.
Shaw would get votes from 48 percent of those polled and Klein has 43 percent with 21/2 weeks until Election Day. With a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points, the race statistically is a dead heat.
Even though the incumbent is widely known in the Broward-Palm Beach county district, he is being backed by less than 50 percent of likely voters. Eight percent reported they hadn't made up their minds. Undecided voters often move toward a challenger in the closing days of a campaign.
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