Nearly every Florida poll shows Mitt Romney with a solid lead over Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum and Ron Paul in the GOP presidential primary.
A Dixie Strategies/First Coast News poll in Florida shows Romney and Gingrich tied at 35% each, with Santorum at 9% and Paul at 7%.
An InsiderAdvantage poll says the race is down to just five points with Romney leading Gingrich, 36% to 31%, followed by Santorum and Paul each at 12%.
A Miami Herald/Tampa Bay Times poll shows Romney at 42%, followed by Newt Gingrich at 31%, Rick Santorum at 14% and Ron Paul at 6%.
An NBC/Marist poll shows Romney at Romney at 42% and Gingrich at 27%.
A Public Policy Polling survey in Florida shows Romney leading Gingrich among Republican primary voters by eight points, 40% to 32%, followed by Santorum at 15% and Paul at 9%. Public Policy Polling‘s second night of polling shows Romney leads Gingrich, 39% to 32%, with Santorum at 14% and Paul at 11%. Public Policy Polling’s final night of poling shows Romney leads Gingrich, 39% to 31%.
A Rasmussen tracking poll shows Romney leading Gingrich among Republican primary voters by 18 points, 44% to 28%, followed by Santorum at 12% and Paul at 10%.
A Reuters poll shows Romney at 43%, Gingrich at 28%, Santorum at 12%, Paul 5%.
A new Quinnipiac poll shows Mitt Romney has a 14 point lead over Newt Gingrich, 43% to 29%, with Ron Paul and Rick Santorum both at 11%. Just 7% are undecided, but 24% say they might change their mind by tomorrow’s primary election.
A SurveyUSA poll shows Romney tops Gingrich by 15 points, 41% to 26%, with Santorum and Paul at 12% each.
A War Room Logisitics (R) poll shows Romney leading Gingrich by 10 points, 40% to 30%, with Santorum at 15% and Paul at 6%.
A We Ask America poll shows Romney crushing Gingrich, 50% to 28%, with Santorum at 12% and Paul at 11%.