Florida's ten year hurricane drought has brought a relative lack of concern, and that could lead to complacency.
A poll by Mason-Dixon finds 60% of Floridians feel the state will once again avoid a major storm this season, and don't feel vulnerable to the damage one court cause.
And nearly one in three people say they will not evacuate in the face of a Category 1 storm.
Among younger residents 18-34, only 28% think there is at least some chance for a hurricane, and 67% don't believe there is. Among those 65+, a majority (51%) do feel a storm could develop and only 42% are doubtful.
Listen to Action News Chief Meteorologist Mike Buresh react to the poll results, and look ahead to what's currently brewing in the tropics.