In post-debate polling, according to Rasmussen Reports, Romney has eliminated Santorum's narrow lead, establishing a significant lead himself:
True to a primary season already marked by sudden and surprising ups and downs, Mitt Romney has jumped back into the lead in Michigan’s Republican Primary race....
The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Republican Primary Voters in Michigan shows Romney with 40% of the vote and former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum with 34%. The poll was conducted on Thursday night, following the last scheduled debate among the GOP candidates.
There will be no more debates--and Romney's campaign and SuperPac have multiples more cash on hand than do Santorum's.
Between now and the voting on Tuesday, can Santorum possibly stage a comeback?