In it, but not of it. TPM DC
Gingrich's disastrous campaign rollout could hardly have gone worse. In the run up to officially declaring, he flip flop flipped (several times) on Libya. Then out of the gate he panned the GOP's signature proposal to privatize Medicare, prompting an intense backlash from his own party. A few days later he faced uncomfortable questions about running up a six-figure account at Tiffany's. Last week things went from bad to worse - with many of his high-level staffers resigning in unison, citing major differences over how the campaign should be run.
Gingrich has promised to forge ahead with his candidacy, though he'll have a ton of ground to make up given his spiraling poll numbers.
The poll was conducted June 9-13 among 1,000 adults nationwide. It has a margin of error of 3.1%.