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|Mitt Romney||Rick Santorum||Newt Gingrich||Ron Paul|
Number of states where candidate won the most votes
1,144 needed to win
Total received in all primaries and caucuses
As tracked by The Huffington Post
Pollster estimate of candidate's standing based on all national polls
|Standing Against Obama
Pollster estimate of candidate's standing against Obama, in percentage points
Amount raised by the candidate's campaign
Super PAC Spending
Money spent by the biggest Super PAC supporting each candidate
Changes to candidate's entry in the past week
Price per share for prediction that candidate is GOP nominee
Effective Tax Rate
Federal income tax from 2010 returns
|13.9%||28.5%||31.6%||—||Related story »|
Sources: The Associated Press, Pollster, Intrade, Federal Election Commission, Wikipedia, Twitter.
Delegate counts are estimates based on party and state rules, delegate interviews and analysis of election results by The Associated Press. Endorsements include Republican governors, senators and members of congress as well as "automatic delegates" to the 2012 GOP convention — national committee members and state party chairmen.