Romney Leads In Florida…Today, Voters Speak

From Fox News

Florida voters prepared to head to the polls Tuesday as Mitt Romney seeks to tighten his grip on the Republican presidential  nomination.

Since Newt Gingrich’s win in South Carolina 10 days  ago, the GOP race has turned increasingly hostile, with candidates employing  harsh rhetoric against one another.

Five Things To Watch In Florida:

Although Gingrich’s win seemed to have reset the  race, since then polls show Romney as a clear frontrunner in the Sunshine  State.

In the latest Quinnipiac poll, Mitt Romney leads  Newt Gingrich by a 43-29 percent margin among Republican likely voters in  Florida. Ron Paul and Rick Santorum both bank 11 percent of the survey’s  respondents.

According to the survey released Monday, Romney  leads Gingrich by 5 points among white evangelicals, takes the Tea Party vote by  5 points over his chief rival and wins self-described conservatives by 9  percentage points in the poll of 529 likely GOP voters. The margin of error is  4.2 percent.

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