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Newt Gingrich tops 50% in Florida poll. Romney 19%. Undecided in third, 10%



American Research Group is the third polling company to release a survey this week showing that Newt Gingrich is running away with the Republican electorate, garnering a whopping 50 percent of the vote to Mitt Romney's 19 percent.

For now.

Third place is some guy named "Undecided," with 10 percent. Everyone else is in the low single digits.

Tea party Republicans are no fan of Romney. Gingrich gets 54 percent, Cain 16, Mr. Undecided 10, and Romney 8.

Romney's ray of Florida hope in the poll: voters who say they "probably" will vote favor him (29 percent) over Gingrich (19 percent). Self-described "definite" voters favor Gingrich (53 percent) over Romney (18 percent). Today's story on other polls is here

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