Democrat Andrew Gillum leading the race for governor and the U.S. Senate contest is a dead heat.
The survey released Monday morning by the University of North Florida indicates Gillum has 47-percent support among likely voters, compared to 43-percent for Republican Ron DeSantis. Another 10-percent remainundecided.
In the Senate race, Democratic incumbent Bill Nelson and Republican Rick Scott each get 45-percent.
Both Democrats, Gillum and Nelson, have double-digit leads among independent voters.
The UNF poll has a margin of error of just under four-percent.