In the Republican race, Arizona Sen. John McCain has double-digit leads on Mitt Romney in New York, New Jersey and Missouri but narrowly trails the former Massachusetts governor in California, the biggest prize on “Super Tuesday.”
Romney leads McCain by 37 percent to 34 percent in California. The poll’s margin of error is 2.9 percentage points.
“California could be Romney’s last stand,” Zogby said. “If he wins there, it may not be a whole new ballgame, but it can give those Republicans who oppose McCain hope they still have a chance to stop him.”
I still think it’s over for Mitt on Tuesday, but it’s starting to get interesting again.
By the way, if Huckabee weren’t in this Romney might have a shot, but Huck is running for VP and providing McCain with a firewall. I wonder if John will notice…