Arizona GOP Primary: Romney 48%, Gingrich 24%, Santorum 13%, Paul 6%

This was expected after Florida. Many said if he comes out of Florida with a win by double-digits, it would be hard to stop him because the upcoming primary schedule heavily favored Romney. There is also only one debate scheduled for the month of February

Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney has a big lead over his rivals in the first Rasmussen Reports survey of the Republican primary race in Arizona. The state's Republicans vote on February 28.

A new telephone survey of Likely Republican Primary Voters in Arizona shows Romney with 48% support, while former House Speaker Newt Gingrich comes in a distant second with 24%. Thirteen percent (13%) prefer former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum, and six percent (6%) support Texas Congressman Ron Paul. Two percent (2%) like some other candidate in the race, and six percent (6%) are undecided

Michigan GOP 2012
Romney 38
Gingrich 23
Paul 14
Santorum 17

Nevada: Romney Leads Gingrich in Nevada by 20 Points
Romney 45
Gingrich 25
Santorum 11
Paul 9

Romney still trails President Obama
Obama 46 Romney 45
Obama 46 Santorum 44
Obama 45 Paul 42
Obama 49 Gingrich 41