Just in the past week we've seen polls showing Mitt Romney get to a two and five point lead over Obama, a stunning turnaround.
Now a CNN/Orc poll finds that Romney's "favorable" rating, which just took one hit after another earlier in the year, is surging:
Forty-four percent of people questioned in the survey say they have a favorable view of the former Massachusetts governor, up 10 points from February, during some of the most heated moments of the GOP primaries and caucuses.
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