Only 41 percent approve of the job Scott is doing.
The gap between Scott and Crist is closer than it was in a poll taken back in March 2013.
But Peter Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute, says Scott's momentum has stalled. Scott was trailing Crist by 7 points in a poll taken in November.
Crist, a former Republican who switched to Democrat, formally announced in November he was challenging Scott.
The poll also found that 73 percent support raising the state's minimum wage.