A series of polls released Thursday in states holding early Republican caucuses and primary election show former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney leading the pack in the first four states.
For several weeks, businessman Herman Cain has dominated national polls, but the CNN/Time/ORC surveys suggests that Cain's support may be slowly deflating. Cain remains competitive in each state except New Hampshire, where Romney leads by 27 points. In South Carolina, Romney and Cain are in a statistical tie, according to the poll.
Each survey has a sampling error of plus or minus five percentage points. You can see more results after the jump:
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