Friday, January 27, 2012

While Romney's Fortunes Rise in Florida, New Polls Show Gingrich Leading Nationally For First Time

Newt Gingrich
The last five polls out of Florida, released the last two days, show a consistent Mitt Romney lead in Florida of 7-9 points over South Carolina primary winner Newt Gingrich.

While Romney's boat has clearly risen in Florida, what is interesting is that he has for the first time since mid-December fallen behind in national polls.  A new NBC poll just released this morning from NBC News/Wall Street Journal shows Gingrich with a nine point, 37-28 lead among Republicans.  This comes on the heals of two other national polls released this week from Gallup and Rasmussen showing Gingrich, respectively, with a six and seven point lead respectively.

By the way, all this information can be found at

1 comment:

Covenant60 said...

Mitt is a ruthless campaigner, who will stop at nothing to destroy his political rivals and get elected President.

Just what the doctor ordered for the GOP.

He is the only one in the GOP bunch who can out-ruthless Obama.

The rest are naive amateurs (Santorum, Perry, Huntsman, Paul) at best, psychopaths (Cain, Newt) at worst.