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74 per­cent of Re­pub­li­can vot­ers say Mitt Rom­ney will win the GOP nom­i­na­tion for pres­i­dent.

11 per­cent say Rick San­to­rum will win; 4 per­cent, Newt Gin­grich; and 3 per­cent, Rep. Ron Paul.

69 per­cent of Re­pub­li­can vot­ers would be “sat­is­fied” if Mr. San­to­rum won the nom­i­na­tion.

66 per­cent feel that way about Mr. Rom­ney.

35 per­cent most trust Mr. Rom­ney to han­dle the econ­omy; 21 per­cent trust Mr. Gin­grich; 18 per­cent, Mr. San­to­rum; 13 per­cent, Mr. Paul.

31 per­cent trust Mr. San­to­rum to han­dle so­cial is­sues, such as abor­tion and gay mar­riage; 22 per­cent trust Mr. Rom­ney; 15 per­cent, Mr. Gin­grich; and 13 per­cent, Mr. Paul.

27 per­cent say Mr. San­to­rum best re­flects the core val­ues of the Re­pub­li­can Party; 25 per­cent say Mr. Rom­ney re­flects the val­ues; 20 per­cent, Mr. Gin­grich; 11 per­cent, Mr. Paul.

Source: A Washington POST/ABC News poll of 1,003 U.S. adults con­ducted March 7-10.

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