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Wednesday, February 08, 2012

2012 Republican Delegate Count, 2/8

(Note: If you came here via a google search, or even if you didn't, these standings are outdated. Click here for the latest standings and coverage.)

Last night, Rick Santorum told the fat lady to sit down. I'll get to the February 7 analysis later, but in the meantime, here are the latest Republican Primary standings. Note that none of these outlets, appropriately, factored in the Missouri Primary, a state which will award delegates at their March 17 caucus. Though Minnesota and Colorado caucuses are non-binding, they are used, by some news outlets, as barometers, and use them to further their relentless horserace coverage.

While Santorum still looks like he's in a distant third, the Republican Primary's new narrative portrays him as a lot stronger. More on that later today. For now, onto the Republican Primary delegates count:

CNN Standings
1. Romney--106
2. Gingrich--38
3. Santorum--22
4. Paul--20

MSNBC Standings (has not factored in Colorado or Minnesota)
1. Romney--84
2. Gingrich--29
3. Santorum--14
4. Paul--11

Real Clear Politics Standings
1. Romney--87
2. Santorum--35
3. Gingrich--32
4. Paul--13

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