Santorum Wins COGOP MNGOP MOGOP Upending GOP12 Field; Shaking Romney’s WH2012 Dreams

The results of Tuesday’s elections were totally unexpected. The mostly reliable PPP firm had polls out in the morning, showing Romney winning Colorado by ten points, and Santorum taking away Minnesota by nine points and Missouri by thirteen. But instead, Romney lost Colorado by five points 35%-40%, and Santorum took MN by eighteen points and MO by a strong thirty points 55%-25% over Romney.

Romney took another beating by the fact that in Minnesota where PPP placed him second and behind Santorum with nine points (24%-33%), he came in third with 17% of the vote to Ron Paul’s 27% and Santorum’s actual 45%.

The night was also very brutal for Newt Gingrich: He didn’t appear on the Missouri ballot because he didn’t file papers on time. In addition, the MN poll paced him at 22%; two points behind Romney and two points ahead of Paul. But in the end, he came in a distant last with only a poor 11% of the vote. In CO where the poll placed him at 21% versus Paul’s 13%, ended with 13% for him, which is just one point more than Ran Paul’s 12%.

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