GOP candidates make final push in Iowa

DES MOINES - Less than 24 hours before the first votes are cast in the 2012 primary season, many Iowan voters are still undecided as to which Republican presidential candidate will get their vote.

Many say they are feeling confusion and uncertainty as they turn on their TVs and are bombarded by ad after ad telling them who and who not to vote for.

The latest poll out of Iowa has Mitt Romney with 24 percent of the vote, closely followed by Ron Paul at 22 percent. Rick Santorum has crept up in the polls to land at a cushiony 15 percent.

The only candidate who was not in Iowa trying to make a final push was Jon Huntsman, who decided to focus all his efforts on the New Hampshire primary.

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