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More shifts in Romney’s favor

Iowa evangelical bloc fractured

By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / January 2, 2012
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Despite a surge in the polls in recent days for former Pennsylvania governor Rick Santorum, voters who identify with the religious right remain divided among several conservative candidates - paving the way for a Romney victory despite the fact that many Christians consider his record too moderate on key issues such as marriage and abortion. Some religious conservatives, seeing Romney as the inevitable nominee, say they may even caucus for him.

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