Romney is way out in front, with a 66.6 percent chance, according to Intrade, the online betting market, and Gingrich has jumped to 13.4 percent. But look who places third: Huntsman, at 6.7 percent (up from 2.7 percent at the beginning of the month). He's followed by Paul (5.9 percent), Perry (2.4 percent), and Cain (2.0 percent).
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