More good polling news for Mitt Romney … All of the momentum appears to be with Mitt Romney heading into Super Tuesday. A Reuters/Ipsos poll released Sunday has Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney tied with 32% support from likely voters in the Ohio.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has surged into a dead heat with Rick Santorum in the Ohio primary, setting up a cliffhanger race on Tuesday, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Sunday.
The former Massachusetts governor and former senator from Pennsylvania are tied with 32 percent support from likely voters in the Ohio Republican primary, the most important of the 10 state nominating contests on “Super Tuesday” this week.
The all important Ohio contest will either be the tipping point for Romney in the GOP Presidential primaries if he is victorious, or if Santorum claims victory will be the equivalent of a political Ground Hog Day and six more weeks of primaries. However, all of the polls show that the momentum is with Romney as recent Marist/NBC News poll and Rasmussen poll both show significant gains for Romney.
All eyes will be on Ohio Tuesday evening.