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Poll highlights GOP electability problems

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The two Republican presidential frontrunners have one thing in common: they both have electability problems. For Mitt Romney, the problem is with conservatives in his own party. For Newt Gingrich, the problems are with swing voters in the general election. NBC’s Chuck Todd reports.