The Michigan primary will obviously be fairly important to the GOP primary race. A Mitt Romney win will give him another shot at establishing “inevitability,” an elusive quality for him in this race. A Rick Santorum victory will weaken Romney heading into Super Tuesday and likely give his own campaign a fresh infusion of cash, helping to neutralize one of Romney’s key advantages.
The Michigan contest figures to be close. The early exit poll results, which are all we have to go on at the moment (the polls haven’t even closed yet), show the state being too close to call. So far only one Michigan primary voter in ten identifies as a Democrat.
I expect Romney to win Arizona by double digits.
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