Poll: Santorum leads big among Pa. Republicans

    For once, Pennsylvania’s primary election might count. It’s not for two more months–April 24th to be exact–but if the Republican presidential nomination isn’t wrapped up by then, it could get national attention for the first time in decades.

    And here’s some insight in to how it may go: A new Franklin & Marshall College poll of Pennsylvania Republicans shows Rick Santorum leading Mitt Romney by 45 percent to 16 percent. New Gingrich got 9 percent in the survey and Ron Paul just 7 percent.

    Read more about the poll and the primary in Dave Davies’ latest Off Mic blog.

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