Florida Revisted

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In our first Florida poll five short days ago we were surprised to report that Mitt Romney had regained the lead. custodia tpu samsung s8 We shouldn't have been surprised, because Mitt Romney is now not only leading, he may win a majority of votes in the Sunshine State GOP Primary. custodia samsung galaxy tab 9 6 Here are our latest results both with the normal "undecided" option plus a projection without undecideds: [table id=100 /] The snowbird-influenced, somewhat less conservative voter base of Florida is forcing the pendulum to swing back into Romney's arena, but as Joe Scarborough wrote in an excellent Politico.com article about Gingrich... samsung tab s2 custodia

A Gingrich campaign is always a high wire act without the net and sometimes, the main actor in this manic routine actually makes it to the other side. custodia samsung k zoom Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0112/72084_Page3.html#ixzz1kuEpyu5T
Gingrich's benefactors have deep pockets and are single-minded. custodia specchio samsung s6 edge Newt's their guy and they will undoubtedly write enough checks to keep him in the game and area TV stations fat and happy. custodia samsung s5 neo rossa And the Newtonian Brigade will continue to fantasize about the prospect of Gingrich debating President Obama should he find a way to regain his bearings. custodia tastiera tablet samsung Then again, a big win by Romney in Florida will undoubtedly help restore his previous aura of being the inevitable winner (60% in Florida predict that)--unless more conservative voters in upcoming primaries slingshot Newt back in the lead.

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