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January 25, 2012


Another Poll Shows Close Florida Race

A new Quinnipiac poll in Florida shows Mitt Romney edging Newt Gingrich, 36% to 34%, among likely Republican primary voters. They are followed by Rick Santorum at 13% and Ron Paul at 10%.

However, Gingrich leads Romney, 40% to 34%, among likely voters surveyed after the South Carolina primary.

A new American Research Group poll shows Romney leading Gingrich, 41% to 34%, followed by Santorum at 9% and Paul at 7%.

Meanwhile, a new Univision-ABC News survey shows that among Hispanic Floridians planning to vote in next Tuesday's GOP primary, Romney holds a 15 point advantage over Gingrich, 35% to 20%, with Paul and Santorum polling at 6% and 7% respectively and 21% undecided.














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