Maybe the results of Super Tuesday will declare a firm frontrunner among GOP presidential hopefuls. Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum still has a small lead over rival Mitt Romney in the latest poll of likely Republican primary voters in Ohio, though the gap between the two men has shrunk since Monday, CBS News reported. But Romney is basking in the glow of winning the Washington state caucuses Saturday.
Ohio is the big prize to win on Super Tuesday, having the most delegates at stake.
Conducted by Quinnipiac University, the poll released Friday found Santorum leads the former Massachusetts governor 35 percent to 31 percent among likely Republican voters, compared to a poll released Monday showing Santorum with 36 percent to Romney's 29 percent.
Romney took Michigan, squeaking by Santorum, and Arizona. Other hopefuls, Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul, show no signs of backing down or dropping out.
Early voting has begun in Illinois, and for those who want to go to the polls, the primary is March 20.
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