Sunday show preview: GOP presidential race moves on to Florida

This Sunday morning, the GOP presidential campaigns will hit the airwaves to break down the results from South Carolina's primary and look ahead to the next GOP battleground: Florida.

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (Ga.) will appear on NBC's Meet the Press and on CNN's State of the Union. Gingrich has experienced a surge in the polls, with many surveys showing him leading Mitt Romney in South Carolina.

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Former Sen. Rick Santorum (Penn.) who is challenging Gingrich and hopes to position himself as the conservative alternative to Romney will appear on ABC's This Week and CNN.

And while Romney won't be appearing on any of the shows, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (N.J.), a Romney supporter, will be on Meet the Press and Romney campaign strategist Stuart Stevens will appear on Fox News Sunday.

South Carolina Sen. Lindsey GrahamLindsey GrahamThe Trail 2016: Clinton’s ups and downs Graham: GOP being 'left behind' under Trump Thousands of Soros docs released by alleged Russian-backed hackers MORE (R) and Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour (R) will review the Palmetto state primary results on CBS's Face the Nation.

On CNN, Sen. Jim DeMint will discuss the Tea Party's influence in this year's GOP contest.

Also appearing on CNN, House Assistant Democratic Leader James Clyburn (D-S.C.) will preview the president's Tuesday State of the Union address and the Democratic agenda for 2012.

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