The polling firm interviewed 400 voters between June 3 - 5, with a 4.3 percent margin of error.
17% of voters, matching yesterday's polling on the governor's race and Cuba issues, remain undecideds.
On the Beckham stadium deal, seeking to fill in the FEC boat slip site next to American Airlines Arena, voters are nearly evenly divided with 12% undecided.
There is a wide margin between White Anglo voters and Hispanic voters on the issue, with 64% of White Anglo voters opposing the deal and only 40% of Hispanics similarly opposed. 44% of Black voters are opposed.
Younger voters, from ages 18-49, are nearly twice as likely to support the FEC site by a significant margin compared to older voters. By a nearly 10% margin, Democrats are more likely to oppose the stadium site than support it. Republican and Independent voters are nearly equally matched on the issue, for and against.
Voters are more negative on the issue of lease renewal terms between the Miami Heat and the county for the use of the American Airlines Arena, with 53% of all voters opposing the deal cut by Mayor Gimenez and one of the world's wealthiest men, Mickey Arison.
Again, White Anglo voters are significantly more likely to oppose extending the lease with 66% viewing the extension negatively compared to 51% of Hispanic voters and 42% of Black voters. The generational divide also marks this issue, with younger voters defined as 18-29 as likely to support the lease extension as older voters, over 65, likely to oppose it.
While these divisions on ethnic lines are familiar in Miami-Dade, one polling measure may shed some light on the underlying turmoil caused by excessive lobbyist influence throughout the county.
On the issue of privately funded renovations for Sun Life Stadium in exchange for the county paying a fee for major events being brought to South Florida, only Hispanic voters disapproved by a measure of 49% to 43%. It is hard to parse the reasons, but perhaps because Hispanic voters -- presented with the notion of the county paying a fee to private industry -- respond instantly to the potential for corruption. (White Anglo and Black voters approved by the same percentages.)
The issue of corruption and influence suggests weakness in what otherwise is solid support for Mayor Gimenez. 53% gave Gimenez good to excellent results.
The poll also tested voters attitudes toward lobbyists. The poll tested: "Supporters of Mayor Carlos Gimenez believe he is negotiating in the best interests of the County, while critics have argued that lobbyists and special interests are exerting too much influence over the Mayor in the way decisions are being made on these types of projects."
55% of voters indicate "too much influence by lobbyists and special interests". The voters' objections to lobbyist is evenly weighted across party affiliation. 65% of Black voters and 60% of Anglo voters believe lobbyists exert too much influence over the Mayor, compared to 52% of Hispanic voters.