Over at The Staggers on The New Statesman website, they have a great infographic page that demonstrates the state of the race for the Republican nomination
Ahead of Super Tuesday tomorrow, here's what it currently shows.
1. Romney - despite everything - yes, even this - is a clear leader. And they haven't yet added in the Washington caucus results, which he won on Saturday
2. There's a country mile still to go. Even with 11 of the States voting tomorrow, less than half of the States will have voted.
3. Major states still to vote after tomorrow include: California (172 delegates), New York(95), Texas (155) and Illinois (69). All of these will be bigger states than any than have voted to day, including on Super Tuesday. Largest to date has been Florida - a result that many people have forgotten is still in dispute.
Lots to play for still.