Here's a race that you don't see polled every day.
Anzalone-Liszt for Bob Hackworth (9/7-11, likely voters):
Bob Hackworth (D): 33
C.W. "Bill" Young (R-inc): 50
This is a D+1 district that Young has held since 1971. Despite occupying a district that voted for Bill Clinton twice, and Al Gore by a slim margin in 2000, Young has regularly won re-election by overwhelming margins. In fact, he weakest showing in his long career was in 1992, when he scored "only" 57% of the vote (the lone time his winning percentage slipped below 60). If this poll is any indication, it looks like he may slip below 60 once again.
Up the ballot, Obama held a 46-40 lead over McCain in this district when this poll was conducted (which, I'll note, was well before the recent Florida surge for Obama). On the generic ballot, Dems hold a 42-34 lead over the GOP, and the undecideds in the congressional contest tilt Dem in their general preferences. While it looks like the general Democratic performance is shaping up to be stronger here than in 2004 (when Kerry lost the district by 49-51), it would probably require a big, big wave to carry Dunedin Mayor Bob Hackworth over the line in this contest.
The full polling memo is available below the fold.