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Mr. Brad Coker

Managing Director

Mason-Dixon Polling & Research Inc.

HQ Phone: (202) 548-2680

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Mason-Dixon Polling & Research Inc.

Suite 200 1250 Connecticut Avenue

Washington D.C., District of Columbia 20036

United States

Company Description

Mason-Dixon is an independent polling firm that conducts public policy and political polling research, and communications consulting for news media, advocacy groups, trade associations, public relations and marketing professionals. Since 1983, Mason-Dix ... more

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Employment History

President

Mason-Dixon Polling & Research Inc.

Managing Partner

Mason-Dixon Polling & Research Inc.

Education

master's degree

law school

master

Web References (196 Total References)


"Florida voters continue to have ...

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"Florida voters continue to have reservations and mixed views about both presumptive party nominees for governor," Brad Coker, managing director of Mason-Dixon, said in a telephone interview Thursday.

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Exit polls showed that a majority of Hispanics backed Scott in his initial bid for governor when popular Florida Republican Marco Rubio was on the top of the ticket in the U.S. Senate race, Coker said.
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Coker said Scott is likely gaining ground on Crist and improving his favorability with television ads, including a softer ad released last month in which the former health-care executive talks about growing up in a poor family whose car was repossessed.
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other guy more than me," Coker said.


Judges in other states have struck ...

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Judges in other states have struck down such advocacy language "in a heartbeat," said J. Brad Coker, president of Mason-Dixon Polling & Research based in Jacksonville, Fla., which has conducted polls and referenda nationwide.

"The more puppies and babies you can put in the question, the more likely they will go with it," Coker said.


"There are a lot of undecideds ...

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"There are a lot of undecideds in both these races," said Mason-Dixon managing partner J. Brad Coker.


"Florida voters continue to have ...

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"Florida voters continue to have reservations and mixed views about both presumptive party nominees for governor," Brad Coker, managing director of Mason-Dixon, said in a telephone interview Thursday.

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Exit polls showed that a majority of Hispanics backed Scott in his initial bid for governor when popular Florida Republican Marco Rubio was on the top of the ticket in the U.S. Senate race, Coker said.
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They don't know what they're going to do," Coker said.
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"Florida voters continue to have reservations and mixed views about both presumptive party nominees for governor," Brad Coker, managing director of Mason-Dixon, said in a telephone interview Thursday.
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Exit polls showed that a majority of Hispanics backed Scott in his initial bid for governor when popular Florida Republican Marco Rubio was on the top of the ticket in the U.S. Senate race, Coker said.
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They don't know what they're going to do," Coker said.
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Coker said Scott is likely gaining ground on Crist and improving his favorability with television ads, including a softer ad released last month in which the former health-care executive talks about growing up in a poor family whose car was repossessed.
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"The strategy here is going to be to make people hate the other guy more than me," Coker said.
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In 2012, Coker wrongly predicted Mitt Romney would beat President Barack Obama in Florida by seven percentage points.
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"All due respect to Mr. Coker, he also suggested Mitt Romney was going to win Florida by seven points. Here's the thing.


Florida's rebounding economy will figure ...

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Florida's rebounding economy will figure prominently in Scott's re-election campaign, pollster Brad Coker said.

"He'll certainly use it, and he has the financial resources to take that and sell it," said Coker, managing director at Mason-Dixon Polling & Research in Fernandina Beach.

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