No Casinos poll shows Floridians leery of gaming deal with Seminole Tribe Scott Powers, Florida Politics · May 5, 2021 at 10:45 pm Floridians want the final say on the gaming deal signed late last month by Gov. Ron DeSantis and the Seminole Tribe of Florida, according to a new poll commissioned by opponents of gambling expansion in Florida. A lopsided majority of 76% surveyed believe voters should have the final say, compared with just 13% who say it should be left to the Legislature and the federal government to decide. The poll of 800 likely Florida voters, conducted by McLaughlin & Associates of Virginia, was commissioned by No Casinos, the group that has long been the state’s leading voice against gambling expansion in Florida. Their target: the Gaming Compact that DeSantis and the Seminoles signed April 24.