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Gingrich beats Romney in South Carolina

If Romney wins on Saturday, his nomination prospects will go from very good to almost certain. thursday morning brought good news and bad news for Gingrich. as popular in South Carolina as.

Gingrich, who trailed by double digits in South Carolina polls less than seven days ago, roared past frontrunner Mitt Romney to claim victory in the Palmetto State to propel the wild GOP derby into.

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This poll suggests that Gingrich’s momentum picked up after his victory in the South Carolina GOP primary on January 21. While he and Romney are statistically tied, Gingrich beat the former.

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Watch a South Carolina crowd boo Newt Gingrich at the Huckabee fox news undecided voters forum, January 14 2012, after he attacks capitalism, the free market economy, and Mitt Romney in a single.

Newt Gingrich beats frontrunner Mitt Romney in South Carolina primary. Mr Romney said his party could not choose someone who had never run a business or a state. Returns from 30% of South Carolina’s precincts showed Mr Gingrich gaining 41% of the vote, to 26% for Mr Romney. Mr Santorum had 18% and Mr Paul 13.

Santorum, a former Pennsylvania senator, pinned his South Carolina hopes on a heavy turnout in parts of. a state dotted with military installations and home to many veterans. Romney’s stumbles.

Gingrich, 68, said he struck a chord in South Carolina because he lashed out at the news. That’s Newt." "I like Mitt Romney. He’s the only guy who can beat Obama," said Tim Walker, a general.

Photo: EPA Newt Gingrich has convincingly beaten Mitt Romney in South Carolina’s primary election. With 95% of the vote counted, Gingrich had 41% to Romney’s 27%. More than 580,000 supporters of the Republican Party took part in the vote. Starting from 1980, anyone who won the primary in that state went on to become a.

Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney must overcome wily political veteran Newt Gingrich in the South Carolina primary on Saturday to keep his march toward the party’s nomination on track.

Former House speaker Newt Gingrich (Ga.), carrying momentum from his Saturday win in the South Carolina primary, is within one point of Mitt Romney in the lates national tracking poll from Gallup.

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