Rick Santorum won Kansas last night while Mitt Romney picked up delegates in Wyoming and some South Pacific islands. It’s unclear if those islands were additional Romney “home States.” According to WSB’s Jamie Dupree, Santorum gained delegate ground on Romney…by exactly 1 delegate (33 to 32). Checkout Google’s map of primary and caucus results thusfar.
Since Super Tuesday, a debate has broken out among the candidates and their supporters. Santorum’s super pac and even a Gingrich staffer called on the former Speaker to drop out. Gingrich has rejected those calls. See this entry at “Newt Gingrich Judges You.”
Up next are Alabama, American Samoa, Hawaii, and Mississippi. No polling is available for American Samoa and no recent polling is available for Hawaii. Available data says:
RCP Average: Romney +2.3% (top three candidates within margin of error)
Intrade: Santorum 41.7% chance of win
Intrade: Romney 95% chance of win
Rasmussen Reports: Romney +8
Intrade: Gingrich 36% chance of win
Latest RCP National Averages, Intade predictions, and Delegate counts (per CNN).
Full disclosure: I’m supporting Rick Santorum