4) Newt Gingrich raised about $9 million during the fourth quarter and has purchased $500,000 worth of television time in Iowa. But is it too little too late? Gingrich's numbers have tumbled in the latest polls, as scrutiny over his record has intensified. And if he turns in weak showings in Iowa and New Hampshire, he'll need a dominant performance in South Carolina to have a shot at rebounding. 3) Despite the frustration Hispanic voters have shown with President Obama's policies, they still view him in a much better light when compared to the GOP frontrunner. In the latest Pew Poll, he leads Mitt Romney 68 percent to 23 percent among Hispanic voters. 2) The media buzz surrounding Romney's Iowa prospects is only going to be hyped up more following the release of a new CNN/Time/ORC poll on Wednesday that showed the former governor leading the pack in the Hawkeye State with 25 percent, right alongside Paul who is at 22 percent. The surprise in the poll? Rick Santorum, who placed third with 16 percent. Gingrich continues to fade, placing fourth with just 14 percent support. In Iowa kicking off his three-day bus tour on Wednesday, Romney -- without naming him -- took a swipe at Paul's foreign policy stance. Meanwhile, Paul picked up the support of Rep. Michele Bachmann's state chairman. 1) Here's a nugget in the Des Moines Register that has Romney supporters smiling today:
Get us in your feed.