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A new NBC/Marist poll finds Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum locked in a statistical tie in Michigan, while a separate NBC/Marist survey shows Romney comfortably leading in Arizona.
NBC News' Chuck Todd joins Morning Joe to discuss a new NBC News/Marist poll which has Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum in a statistical tie among potential Michigan GOP primary voters. Yet Romney leads with the state's early voters, and Obama leads Romney by nearly 20 points. Todd discusses what's behind the numbers.
An NBC News poll shows that GOP presidential hopefuls Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum are neck-and-neck in Michigan, Romney's birthplace. Romney, meanwhile, has a comfortable lead in Arizona, which has a sizable Mormon population.
During a town hall in Michigan Tuesday, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney promised to release a more detailed economic plan this week that will combine his tax policy with spending and entitlement reform.
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Newt Gingrich waits to be introduced for a speech on the floor of the Oklahoma House of Representatives in Oklahoma City, Okla., Tuesday morning.
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Republican presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, pauses for a moment during a rally in Boise, Idaho at Guerdon Enterprises Friday, Feb. 17, 2012.
Several states are expected to see the price at the pump top $5 a gallon by this summer. CNBC's Jim Cramer weighs in on what's causing the increase.