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Dem, GOP Insiders Agree: Whitman, Strickland Going Down

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Republican gubernatorial candidate and former eBay CEO Meg Whitman campaigns in front of her tour bus at the Earth Friendly Products company in California. Whitman, who is running for governor against Democratic gubernatorial candidate and Attorney General Jerry Brown, has spent about $140 million of her personal fortune into the race so far.(Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

Finally, in the hotly contest Florida governor's race, the Insiders were split. Among Democratic Insiders, 61 percent said that their nominee, state chief financial officer Alex Sink would be the next occupant of the governor's mansion in Tallahassee, while 39 percent thought that her GOP opponent, businessman Rick Scott would be moving in. Republican Insiders sharply disagreed on the outcome of this race: 81 percent thought that Scott would prevail, while only 19 percent gave the nod to Sink. Combining the responses from Insiders in both parties, 60 percent gave the advantage to Scott, while 40 percent thought Sink would win the race.

For more Insiders Poll results on the battle for the control of Congress and key Senate races, click here.

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