Support for Rick Santorum in Pennsylvania is crumbling, according to a new Franklin and Marshall College Poll of the state he represented in Congress for 16 years.

Santorum is statistically tied with Mitt Romney in the poll with a 30 percent to 28 percent lead, within the poll’s margin of error. Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich came in with nine percent and six percent respectively.

By contrast, the college’s February poll found Santorum with a commanding 45 percent to 16 percent lead over the former Massachusetts governor.

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