One week from tomorrow voters will go to the polls in South Carolina to express their preference as to who will face Barack Obama in the 2012 Presidential campaign. In-state polling organizations have indicated that the race is so volatile that it is virtually impossible to track voter preference. But one organization released a poll today that indicates dramatic movement in the Republican race in South Carolina.
Ron Paul has surged dramatically in recent days. Until now, the Texas Congressman garnered roughly 9% support in the polls. Today's poll, however, shows that Paul has skyrocketed to 20% of voter support in the state.
If the present trend continues Paul could surge into first place between now and next Saturday when voters go to the polls.