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February 27, 2012

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Jen

If Romney does indeed end up losing tomorrow there's not much doubt he will have blown it in the final 48 hours.
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Maybe it's the other way around: Santorum won it in the final 48 hours by doubling down on the crazy (you're a snob if you go to college/no separation btwn church and state).

Matt Y.

Question, you said 55% of Santorum Democrats like him, 40% don't. How many of Romney's Democratic voters like him?

Dewayne

In 2008, 7% of the Republican primary voters were Democrats.

http://www.cnn.com/ELECTION/2008/primaries/results/epolls/#MIREP

Page 4 for breakdown by party.

Paul

"Romney leads with actual Republican voters, 43-38. But Santorum's up 47-10 with Democratic voters, and even though they're only 8% of the likely electorate that's enough to put him over the top."
This doesn't add up. The above scenario would actually result in a nearly two-point victory for Romney:
Romney:(43 * .92) + (10 * .08) = 40.36
Santorum: (38 * .92) + (47 * .08) = 38.72

mike g

Its sad watching Americans vote for these banking elite puppets. Ron Paul is the only one telling people the truth.

Jenny

Santorum's appeal is to the "Reagan democrats", who are blue collar workers, who will vote republican when it suits their economic interests.

vickie tufts

go Santorum You could't pay me to vote for Romney! The sob who loves to fire people and his wife who has two caddilacs!

Mr. Derp

Romney won Michigan by 30,000 votes. Got any more deceptive inacurate polling data to sway voters, or will you start telling the truth?

claire

trashy pollster... another egg in your face!!!!!

obviously a biased pro-Obama and anti-Romney pollster which misleads potential voters.

so much for accuracy... you are among the most inaccurate pollster this cycle.

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