Rock Hill, South Carolina (CNN) - Three days before South Carolina's primary, Mitt Romney gave voters a glimpse of what his general election campaign would look like.
Romney, the winner of the first two GOP primary season contests, has long sought to keep his focus on President Obama.
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During a Wednesday rally, he told an audience at Winthrop University in Rock Hill about an advertising campaign his team was planning to run against Obama.
"He said after he was inaugurated – we are going to play this on TV time and time again in our ads – he said that if he couldn't get this economy turned around in three years he'd be looking at a one term proposition," Romney said. "Well, we are here to collect all right?"
Many analysts believe a Romney win in South Carolina could effectively clinch the nomination for the former Massachusetts governor.
But a CNN/TIME/ORC poll released Wednesday showed Newt Gingrich gaining on Romney in South Carolina. Gingrich received 23% support, while 33% of respondents supported Romney.