Or maybe this, from the same article:
Romney has never won a majority (50% or better) of Republican primary or caucus voters. And, two-thirds of the time, he has had to spend vast sums just to claim the number two spot.
Tomorrow’s GOP primary in Florida may change that—but it won’t settle the issue of Romney’s electability.
The non-Romney vote –despite millions of dollars, months of media coverage and dozens of debates— remains stubbornly north of 60% among Republican voters. If Romney is going to defeat Obama, he will have to unite the Grand Old Party behind him. So far, there is no evidence [in] any state that he can do just that.
TIME ~ by way of The New Moderate:
"At least we know the Tea Party won’t be
choosing the next president."