Statements about Economy

Mostly True

The state did reach the magic number

Rick Scott

Rick Scott

"We got a million jobs."

— Florida

Half-True

There are not-so-great factors, too

Mostly False

The Great Recession befell the entire country

Mostly True

'Worth a shot.'

Half-True

There's more to the story

Half-True

The data only goes back to the 1970s

Mostly True

Numbers are correct, but housing bubble hurt Florida more than Texas after his tenure

Mostly False

Not true anymore

Mostly False

The evidence doesn't add up to 3,000

True

First he said on top of natural growth, then he denied it

Mostly True

Precise number of averted layoffs difficult to pinpoint

Half-True

You can't lay all the blame on any one governor

Half Flip

A partial change of position

Charlie Crist

Charlie Crist

On the economic stimulus.

— Florida

Mostly True

Heavy reliance on tourists and seniors -- maybe too heavy

Half-True

A nonbinding vote to not endorse the raise

 Republican Party of Florida

Republican Party of Florida

Says Charlie Crist "voted against raising the minimum wage."

— Florida

Mostly False

Teacher jobs declined in recession but precise layoff number hard to pinpoint

Half-True

Unclear on ranking, questionable on blaming Scott