Talk about push polling. According to this not only is Newt the break away front runner, he is also the favorite "2nd choice" of the same people who picked him as their 1st choice.
The numbers from Kellyanne Conway's Polling Company show Gingrich getting 31 percent, while Cain gets 17 percent and Romney gets 16 percent. No other hopeful cracked double digits (Rick Perry was the closest, with 6 percent).
In the second-choice balloting there, Gingrich did best, 22 percent to Cain's 18 percent, and Romney's 16 percent. Perry is in fourth place, at 12 percent, among "second choices."
I took it to mean that Newt is the second choice for most Cain and Romney supporters.
To her credit, she does try to stay independent, though.
If her polling says Romney is down bad in SC, the state to decide every GOP nominee, it is VERY bad news for Mitt. The worst news for him is that even SHE shows Mitt faltering badly in NH.