With Newt Gingrich now coming in fourth in Iowa polls, the former speaker of the House is playing down expectations before tomorrow's caucuses. "I don't think I'm going to win," Gingrich reportedly told the press. "If you look at the numbers, that volume of negativity has done enough damage. But on the other hand, if the Des Moines Register was right and 41 percent [are] potentially undecided, who knows what's going to happen."
"Whatever I do tomorrow night will be a victory because I'm still standing," he added, noting that this is the second time he has had to fight after many political observers had written off Gingrich's campaign last summer after the majority of his staff quit
Gingrich has been pummeled by negative ads over the past month that have taken a toll on his political fortunes in Iowa.