A poll conducted by Mason-Dixon Polling & Strategy shows Gwen Graham and Adam Putnam are the current front runners in their respective primary races for Florida governor.
However, the leaders both maintain only slight leads and about half of Democratic primary voters and 43 percent of Republican primary voters remain undecided.
The polls were conducted between Jan. 29 to Feb. 1 of 500 likely Democratic voters and 500 likely Republican voters.
For the Democrats, former Tallahassee congresswoman Graham leads Miami Beach mayor Phil Levine by 20-17 percent. Tallahassee mayor Andrew Gillum holds only 10 percent support from perspective primary voters.
For the Republicans, state Agriculture Commissioner Putnam leads Rep. Ron DeSantis by 27-23 percent. Florida House Speaker Richard Corcoran trails with only 7 percent support but has yet to officially announce his campaign.
Writing about the poll results, Marc Caputo of Politico explained that the two primaries have similar dynamics. Both front runners hail from connected Florida families and poll results determined them both to be better known than liked.
Also, both of their closest rivals were recently relatively unknown. Levine has gained name recognition from a $2.3 million media blitz paid for with his own personal fortune, and DeSantis, through an endorsement from President Trump, has spent months doing multiple TV appearances on Fox.