It continues, a lot of good information there. The article dosen't take Paul into account at all which is *blah* but the rest of the information is very interesting/useful.Just one day before the pivotal Michigan primary, polls show Romney leading Santorum by the slimmest margin. Over the last week, Romney’s standing was initially bolstered by a strong debate performance and a wave of negative advertisements. However, over the last 24 hours, the most recent polls show Romney’s ascent arrested, if not reversed.
On average, the five polls concluded on February 26 or later show Romney ahead by ~1%, including two polls showing Santorum with a narrow lead. The Rasmussen and Mitchell/Rosetta Stone polls show movement toward Santorum. After Romney’s well-received debate performance, Rasmussen showed Romney by 6% and Mitchell/Rosetta Stone found Romney ahead by 3%. More recent iterations of these polls show Romney and Santorum each up by 2% respectively, a shift of 4% and 5% toward Santorum...
I highly recommend reading the article but for those with only a couple seconds to spare the upshot is that if Romney loses Michigan it could cost him the nomination. I never thought I'd be wishing good things for ol' frothy but this once I'm willing to make an exception.