Although Intratrade is favoring Mitt Romney 54 percent to be Michigan's primary winner today, the polls are divided. Dan Calabarese of the Michigan View reports :
So to summarize, everything is within the margin of error and no one has any idea who is going to win.
You could say it's a win for Santorum already, no matter how it comes out, because he wasn't even supposed to be close. But of course, polls don't mean anything. Only votes do, and none of those have been counted yet. We also don't know how much of Santorum's total will end up coming courtesy of his new best friend. It's kind of hard to make the case that you humiliated the front runner when you enlisted the help of the dark side to do it, but I'm sure he'll make the case anyway and his other new best (if very temporary) friends in the MSM will be only too glad to help him out.
Of course, as Calabarese notes, Michigan voters will need to take a nice long shower to wash all the crap off once this is all over. Michigan allows voting across party lines in the primary, something that has opened the door to Democratic mischief and introduced a bit of a wild card in tonight's result. For example, reports Calabarese, racist ad author Joe DiSano is doing robo-calls telling Democrats to vote for Rick Santorum because he would be an unelectable trainwreck of a nominee. And Rick Santorum, incidentally, is just fine with that.