The latest CNN/ORC International Poll points to a familiar recent result: Mitt Romney and Herman Cain are virtually tied among likely Republican voters with 26 and 25 percent support respectively. And Rick Perry's polling woes are dramatic: since the last CNN/ORC poll he's lost 17 percent of his support and now languishes in third place with 13 percent of GOP voters sticking it out with the Texas governor. But perhaps the most accurate reading of the GOP primary voter mood is that the finding that very few have settled on a candidate to support: "According to the poll, only one third of Republicans and independents who lean towards the GOP say they will definitely support the candidate they are currently backing, with two thirds saying they may change their minds," writes CNN.
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