Despite having the state to himself for over a week, Giuliani is actually moving in the wrong direction in the Sunshine State in the latest Insider Advantage poll, with Mitt Romney actually seeing a big jump 7-point jump over last week.
In the poll, Giuliani is at 21 percent, statistically tied with McCain and Romney, who are both at 20 percent each. In the same poll taken last week, Giuliani was at 24 percent, McCain was at 19 percent, and Romney was at just 13 percent.
Interestingly, Huckabee dropped 6 points, to 13 percent from 19 percent, so he and Romney essentially traded places.
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