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Newt Gingrich stomps Mitt Romney in Florida poll

Newt Gingrich is ahead of Mitt Romney by a wide margin in Florida, a key GOP primary state. Will the surge last?

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Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich speaking in West Des Moines, Iowa, on Dec. 1.

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Newt Gingrich is blowing up in the polls – everywhere. But his lead is huge in Florida, a key early primary state. He's benefiting from Herman Cain's collapse in the wake of allegations of sexual harassment and the claim of a 13-year affair with single-mother Ginger White. 

Consider Conservaposts’s take by Daniel Bruski on the latest numbers, which shows the former Speaker with a 24-point lead over Mitt Rommey.

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Here’s the shattering results from the Florida Times-Union poll:

NEWT GINGRICH - 41%

MITT ROMNEY - 17%

HERMAN CAIN - 13%

RICK PERRY - 7%

RON PAUL - 4%

MICHELE BACHMANN - 3%

RICK SANTORUM - 1%

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