A statewide poll commissioned by Idaho Chooses Life and 2 other conservative groups late last month found that Mitt Romney held a commanding lead over Democrat Barack Obama in Idaho.
Romney was garnering support from 58% of Idahoans, while Obama was backed by just 32% of the state's likely voters.
The survey of 600 voters found that 93% of Democrats were sticking with Obama, while 91% of Republicans were planning to vote for their party's nominee. Romney held a 42 - 27 advantage among unaffiliated voters.
With such strong numbers, Romney is on track to outpace John McCain's performance of 2008.