Romney Swings Back With Solid Lead In Wis. Poll

March 27, 2012 by staff 

Romney Swings Back With Solid Lead In Wis. Poll, Mitt Romney has opened a solid lead over Rick Santorum in Wisconsin’s Republican presidential primary, a big swing from a month ago.

A Marquette Law School poll released Tuesday found Romney leading Santorum among likely GOP primary voters by 8 points-39 percent to 31 percent. Ron Paul trailed with 11 percent support, followed by Newt Gingrich who registered at just 5 percent.

That’s a 21-point gain for Romney in just a month. In February, the same poll found Santorum leading Romney 34 percent to 18 percent.

The poll comes just days before Tuesday’s GOP primary, which is considered a must-win for Santorum, who is trying to keep pace with Romney in the race for convention delegates. But it could be an uphill battle.

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