A majority of Republicans would like to see Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul drop their bids for the presidential nomination, according to a new CNN/ORC poll.
Six in 10 Republicans say Gingrich should drop out of the race, with 39% saying that the former House speaker should continue his bid. And 61% say Paul should drop out, with 36% saying that the longtime congressman from Texas should continue to campaign for the White House.
A majority of Republicans don't want former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum to end his campaign for the nomination, the survey reveals.
Mitt Romney continues to be the favorite choice among respondents, with 36% supporting the former governor from Massachusetts, up from 32% in February.
A majority of Republicans questioned also say their party's presidential nomination should be determined by the primaries and caucuses rather than at the GOP convention in Tampa, Florida, in late August.
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