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Can Ron Paul win Iowa, N.H.?

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Iowa voters are having second thoughts about Newt Gingrich.

The latest poll from Public Policy Polling (admittedly, a Democratic polling firm) shows Ron Paul and Gingrich neck and neck: Gingrich 22 percent, Paul 21 percent and Mitt Romney third at 16 percent.

The poll shows a big drop in Gingrich’s favorability numbers.

Meanwhile in New Hampshire, the latest Rasmussen poll shows Paul surging: “Support for Romney, Gingrich and Huntsman is little changed from the previous survey, but Paul has now closed the 10-point gap between him and Gingrich to just four points.” Romney is at 33 percent; Gingrich, 22 percent; Paul, 18 percent.

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