here to new york city for some of the craziness. >> ainsley: rick will be live from the big ball in times square on "fox & friends" as well. so you'll have to watch this weekend. have a great day. >> clayton: happy new year. gregg: it is crunch time in iowa. republican presidential candidates in the hawkeye state are on a big campaign blitz today. it is their last chance to win over the hearts and minds of iowa voters just ahead of the nation's first test this election season. take a look at this. the latest poll though 20 3% of unsided voters leaning toward mitt romney. i'm gregg jarrett in for bill hemmer in "america's newsroom". >> i'm heather childers in for martha maccallum gregg: mitt romney is hitting the campaign trail with new jersey governor chris christie. if romney downplayed his chances before he is not doing that today. >> sure i want to win iowa. everybody wants to win iowa. i want to make sure your vote backing me makes me the nominee. gregg:. steven mace hayes, joins us live. fox news contributor. with "the weekly standard.". is this strong organization here in iowa
waking up with us. mike jerrick is here. >> and ainsley. >> great to be here. >> today is clayton's birthday! so glad you were born. >> each year it keeps happening. >> and it is not as fun as it used to be. >> 35, a slippery slope. and now the slippery slope because only three days left until iowa. three days left >>neil: -- until iowa and many undecided voters, this week, over 70's percent of voters were undecided going into the iowa caucus. >> we all work with the time allotted. >>clayton: is that how you were in college? >> exactly. for political junkies we watch it year round but some people in iowa, it is crunch time, so, get this: 41 percent of all caucus participants could still change their minds today, sunday, or monday. >> some of those are saying the results on tuesday could look dramatically different than what the polls show this morning. >>clayton: who is at top, romney is running away from the pac, and we had a writer from the "washington post" and he said iowans like to pick winners so if we see someone pull away we will see people solidify around that frontrunner.
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