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Stagnant in Polls, Rudy Pulls Out

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Jonathan Martin at Politico reads the tea leaves. A recent poll showing Mitt Romney still in the lead and John McCain climbing up to second and Rudy Giuliani stuck at third.

Says Martin:
The survey is the starkest indication as to why, after an expensive, month-long TV investment, Rudy's campaign decided to cut their ad presence in the state. His buy just didn't move the needle. In fact, a UNH poll (all trend lines inside the link) taken right about the time Rudy went up on the air in mid-November had him at 16% -- where he is now.
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