These are some great numbers for attorney Alan Grayson, who was recently added to the DCCC's Red to Blue program. Keller hasn't been exhibiting a lot of strength as of late -- he recently held back a poorly-funded primary challenge by only a 53-47 margin, and demographic trends in the Orlando area have contributed to Democrats slicing the GOP's voter registration advantage from 14K in 2006 to 2K this summer.
This is an R+3 district that Bush won twice -- by 8 points in 2000, and 10 points in 2004. But the district has seen an influx of Puerto Rican voters who may be tipping the scales in the other direction. The poll also shows Obama and McCain tied at 44% in the district.
This race will be one to watch, for sure. The full polling memo is available below the fold.