Saint Leo University Polling Institute

A new statewide Florida poll by the Saint Leo University Polling Institute indicates Floridians want to see an expansion of the sources of energy available to them. The survey also found widespread displeasure with the Florida Legislature on redistricting work, and significant popular sentiment in favor of allowing faculty, staff, and... Read More
Some call it a trend. Many call it a fad.  Others call it a business. Food trucks have become a hot item, especially in metropolitan areas. According to the National Restaurant Association, food trucks generate $650 million in annual revenue. By the year 2017, it’s expected to be a $2.7 billion national industry. Despite food trucks’ popularity... Read More
If the election for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Marco Rubio were held today, “undecided” would be easily elected. A new survey by the Saint Leo University Polling Institute confirms the race is a pure toss-up with no candidate having much of an advantage. In a generic election, an unnamed Democrat leads a generic Republican by a... Read More
Do Florida Republicans have a new favorite son? According to a new survey by the Saint Leo University Polling Institute, Senator Marco Rubio has pulled nearly even with former Governor Jeb Bush as the top choice of Florida Republicans for president of the United States. By several measures, support for Rubio has surged since he officially declared... Read More
Pope Francis continues to enjoy the high regard of the American public,according to the latest national survey from the Saint Leo University Polling Institute. In an online survey conducted in March with about 1,000 adults, 68 percent of respondents said they have either a strongly favorable (29 percent) or somewhat favorable (39 percent) opinion... Read More
As millions of Americans swipe their credit cards to make holiday purchases, most of them doubt whether the transactions they are making are truly secure. That’s a finding of a new national survey conducted by the Saint Leo University Polling Institute. Eighty-two percent of consumers say they are very or somewhat concerned that their credit card... Read More