The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is out with a new Georgia poll showing Newt Gingrich with a 14-point lead over Mitt Romney just three days before that state's primary.
Gingrich, who represented the Peach state as a member of Congress, is at 38%, followed by Romney at 24% and Rick Santorum right behind him at 22%.
The poll was conducted Wednesday through Friday by Mason-Dixon.
Georgia has the most delegates at stake Tuesday, Super Tuesday, with 76. Gingrich has called it a must-win for him.