National Polls And Romney

February 27, 2012 by staff 

National Polls And Romney, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum on Monday made their final push for votes in Tuesday’s Republican presidential primaries in Arizona and Michigan, as new polls indicated the GOP race remains close and volatile.

After a relative lull in the campaign, the upcoming primaries bring new focus and urgency to campaigns of front-runners Romney and Santorum as well as trailing candidates Newt Gingrich and Texas Rep. Ron Paul.

For Romney, Michigan amounts to a vital test because the state is considered home turf, due to his childhood years there while his father George was governor.

If Romney wins Michigan, he would seem likely to cement his status as the presumptive nominee. A victory for the recently resurgent Santorum would raise further questions about Romney’s ability to attract broad conservative support in later primaries or against President Barack Obama in November’s general election.

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