While candidates are busy canvassing Iowa hoping to drum up support in the final days leading up to the state caucuses, polls have also been flying about trying to gauge finicky voters' feelings and intentions.
Less than a week before the caucuses kick off, 43 percent of caucus-goers said they might still change their minds about the GOP candidate they will support, according to Time.
Away from the frenzy in Iowa, a poll released by Ramussen Thursday has Mitt Romney whomping President Obama 45 to 39 percent in a hypothetical general election face-off, the biggest lead the former governor has had over Obama in the survey series.
Just a week ago, Romney trailed Obama in a similar match-up.
But while Romney might be the most likely GOP contender to battle Obama for the White House, it seems Americans have more in common ideologically with Jon Huntsman.
According to a USA Today/Gallup poll released today, Americans perceive Huntsman as closest to them ideologically, followed by Romney and Ron Paul. Obama is the only presidential candidate more ideologically extreme than Michele Bachmann, the poll found.
With six days to go until the caucuses kick off, poll numbers are likely bounce around more as voters settle on their GOP champion.