Over the last two days we’ve gotten a heap of new polling data out of New Hampshire and South Carolina. And the story those numbers tell is pretty much all good for Mitt Romney.
We knew — at least since the Gingrich collapse — that he’d be strong in New Hampshire. What’s really put him in a dominating position is his strength in South Carolina, a state which I think pretty much everyone thought would be a challenge for him even if everything was going well for him.
So without further ado, here are the TPM Poll Averages and trend charts for these two key races.
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