Moody’s lead was more secure than Fried’s, according to the results. The survey showed Moody ahead by 7 percentage points, leading Shaw 47 percent to 40 percent. That leaves 13 percent of voters saying they’re undecided.
That matches the race’s fundraising numbers, which have shown Moody earning far more in donations than Shaw.
In the Agriculture Commissioner race, Fried is up just 2 points over Caldwell, according to the UNF survey. Fried earned 43 percent support to Caldwell’s 41 percent, with 17 percent saying they were undecided.
“Moody appears to have a comfortable lead in the Attorney General race, but the [Agriculture Commissioner] race is much tighter,” said Public Opinion Research Lab Director Michael Binder.
“Fried has a small lead, but there are a lot of undecided voters in both of the lower information Cabinet races.”
Caldwell, meanwhile, got support from the Florida Chamber of Commerce.
The AG poll results came from a sample of 1,048 likely voters, while the Ag. Commissioner sample was made up of 1,046 likely voters. The margin of error is 3 percentage points.