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Ohio Poll: Santorum 37, Romney 26, Gingrich 16, Paul 11

9:34 AM, Feb 29, 2012 • By DANIEL HALPER
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The latest Ohio poll of the Republican presidential primary from the University of Cincinnati:

The latest Ohio Poll finds Rick Santorum leads Mitt Romney 37 to 26 percent among Republican primary voters. An additional 16 percent of Republican primary voters intend to vote for Newt Gingrich and 11 percent intend to vote for Ron Paul. Six percent of Republican primary voters intend to vote for another candidate (including candidates who will appear on the ballot but have dropped out of the race), and five percent are undecided as to how they will cast their vote March 6.

Fifty-three percent will "definitely vote" for their current candidate choice. Among these voters, Santorum has a wide lead over other candidates in the race. Forty-seven percent of those who chose a candidate in the Poll say they may change their mind between now and Election Day.

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