Gingrich is likely to win Georgia and Tennesee. (h/t Memeorandum)

What that means, I have no idea. But neither does the media:

Gingrich increased his lead slightly since a poll conducted earlier in February, receiving 38 percent of the vote. Rick Santorum received 25 percent, Mitt Romney 19 percent and Ron Paul 4 percent in the poll.

Numbers were similar when broken down by men and women. The number of undecided voters remains at 13 percent before the March 6 primary.

“That essentially says they’re not right now in Newt Gingrich’s camp so they’re either going to break for Rick Santorum or Mitt Romney,” said Channel 2 political analyst Bill Crane

Pardon me, but how do you know that, Channel 2 Political Analyst Bill Crane? Maybe they’re hoping that someone else will impress them, and if no one does they’ll follow the bandwagon and pull the lever for Newt.

I at least recognize my ignorance.

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