February 26, 2012


Romney Takes Lead in Michigan

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Michigan finds Mitt Romney now leading Rick Santorum, 39% to 37%, with Ron Paul at 13% and Newt Gingrich at 9%.

Key finding: "Romney will go into election day with a large lead in the bank. Only 16% of Michigan voters say they've already cast their ballots, but Romney has a whooping 62-29 advantage over Santorum with that group. Santorum actually leads Romney 39-34 with those who are planning to cast their votes on Tuesday, but he'd need to win election day voters by even more than that to neutralize the advantage Romney's built up."










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