FORT MYERS, FL - Tomorrow is election day here in the Sunshine State, and up-to-the-minute polling indicates that former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney is poised to win the state's closed (ie, Republicans only) primary election.  Given Florida's winner-take-all status in 2012, Tuesday's victor will reap all 50 of Florida's delegates.  Over the weekend, Dan chronicled Romney's favorable polling trends, but just how far is Romney actually ahead?  A final batch of state surveys paints a somewhat murky picture, with various data points telling remarkably different stories.  If you're a Romney supporter, there's significant evidence that your man could win in a blowout.  Several outlets show the former governor leading by double digits, including Suffolk (20 points),  Survey USA (15 points), and Quinnipiac (14 points):