DON'T KNOW WHAT THIS IS ALL ABOUT...
... but here's a tweet from Public Policy Polling:
Is something really afoot, or do a few of PPP's readers just think there might be?
At the very least, you'd think the GOP's machers would be looking for a Plan C at this point, now that it's clear that GOP voters don't like Mitt and the rest of America doesn't like the Last Not-Mitt Standing. I really do think that, if Gingrich seems to be enduring and Romney seems unable to gain traction, there'll be some serious attempts to fiddle with the nominating process so Jeb or Chris Christie or Mitch Daniels or Haley Barbour or, God help us, Paul Ryan can get the nomination.
And hi, gulag -- I know you'll have something to say about this in comments.
UPDATE, FRIDAY: Here's more -- Dave Weigel reports
It started when the mayor of Merrifield, New Hampshire, tweeted that he'd gotten a robo-poll asking about a possible Jeb Bush presidential campaign. It's continued, with random granite state citizens getting the same calls....
New Hampshire allows write-in candidates, but I think that's not the point -- the point, if Gingrich is on a roll, is to cobble together enough non-Gingrich votes in various states (for Romney, for candidates who've dropped out, for late entries, and so on) to form a stop-Gingrich bloc and prevent a Gingrich first-ballot victory. i'm sure some bigs have actually worked out a hypothetical route to that in some detail.