Mitt Romney won in Iowa, and a win is likely for him Tuesday night in New Hampshire. Now, a new CNN/ORC poll shows Romney with a strong lead in South Carolina. Romney has 37 percent support according to the poll, up 17 points from December.

Gov. Perry, who is banking on a comeback there, is sitting in fifth with 5 percent.

Here’s what it looks like:

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Rep. Ron Paul is in fourth there with 12 percent support, up 6 percent from the last CNN survey in early December.

The poll surveyed 485 South Carolina voters who are likely to cast ballots in the Republican primary on January 21. It was conducted on January 4-5, after the Iowa Caucus. It has a sampling error of plus or minus 4.5 percentage points.

CNN contributed to this report.