Following her ouster from the Democratic National Committee, Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz leads primary challenger Tim Canova by 8 points, less than a month before primary day.

The Florida professor's campaign released a poll on Sunday finding Wasserman Schultz still leading Canova 46-38 percent. Sixteen percent of Democratic voters remain undecided.

Wasserman Scultz resigned her chairmanship of the Democratic National Committee at the end of the convention after hackers breached the party's database and leaked numerous emails showing the party's bias towards the Hillary Clinton campaign. Following her resignation, Wasserman Schultz made herself scarce at the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia, only showing up at a few public events, and never once appearing on the main stage.

The Canova campaign's polling also showed the Florida congresswoman holding a 52 percent favorability rating, while only 35 percent view her unfavorably. Canova, who is less known on the political stage, has a 32 percent favorability rating and 8 percent view him unfavorably. A majority of Florida voters said the have no opinion on Canova.

The Florida congressional primary will occur on August 30 and the general election is November 8.