Mitt Romney seems to be feeling better about Florida’s primary than he was about South Carolina’s. He spent the day before the vote jabbing Newt Gingrich and, not bothering to play the expectations game, telling his audience to expect a resounding victory. The numbers back him up: Polls show Romney with a 15 percentage point lead over Gingrich. Gingrich, for his part, attacked Romney for “a lack of concern for religious liberty” and vowed to continue his campaign even if he loses today. Rick Santorum, who along with Ron Paul has plummeted in Florida polls, has changed to smaller battleground states where his aides say he can pick up delegates, such as Missouri and Minnesota, where he spoke yesterday, and Nevada, where he will spend tonight.