Mitt Romney has halted the decline in his political fortunes, with a quinella win in the Arizona and Michigan primaries. The double header gives Romney seven victories out of twelve, making him an actual frontrunner, rather than a presumed one.

Yet the victory has been far from absolute, giving him a mere three percent edge over Rick Santorum 41% to 38%. Furthermore, because Michigan awards its delegates proportionally, and by congressional district, it's likely that Romney will get the same number of the 30 delegates as Santorum, and possibly less.