For some reason, Democrats had been claiming that DeSantis was on his way out as Florida governor.
The early results are in, and it's just not looking likely. DeSantis is currently leading his Democratic challenger by a staggering eight points.
At this point, it's not just going to be a victory for Florida Ron, it just might turn into a bloodbath.
It's not just traditional Republicans skewing these numbers, either. DeSantis' popularity transcends Demographics.
For example, Hispanics, who liberals routinely count on to vote for them for no reason, are leaning HEAVILY toward DeSantis. Among them, Ron is winning by 16 points.
Amongst independents? The gap is even worse. A whopping eighteen points.
Amongst Democrats? See for yourself:
DeSoto Co. yesterday ☺️ https://t.co/uMUqzxhivB
— Christina Pushaw 🐊 🇺🇸 (@ChristinaPushaw) October 3, 2022
While DeSantis was doing that, Crist was in a television studio blaming climate change for the hurricane instead of working to fix it.
.@CharlieCrist explains why addressing the climate crisis must be a crucial part of our response to #HurricaneIan:
"We also need to address climate change... You could have put three Hurricane Charleys—which hit the same part of Florida—inside the eye of Ian." pic.twitter.com/dKdd56zvsl
— Climate Power (@ClimatePower) October 3, 2022
The numbers don't lie.
🚨 FLORIDA POLL By Siena College
(R) Ron DeSantis 49% (+8)
(D) Charlie Crist 41%
(R) Ron DeSantis 52% (+18)
(D) Charlie Crist 34%
(R) Ron DeSantis 53% (+16)
(D) Charlie Crist 37%
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) October 3, 2022
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