Mitt Romney won six of the ten races on Slightly-less-than-Super Tuesday, including the battleground of the day, Ohio. Of the four other contests, Rick Santorum won three and Newt Gingrich managed to hold serve in his home state of Georgia. Ron Paul once again came away empty-handed.

Despite winning the majority of the contests, including the big one in the Buckeye State, most outlets are reporting it as a mixed day for Romney, and at least one blogger is calling MSM out for it.

While delegate estimates are at best a shot in the dark, one stat that can be looked at accurately is the aggregate popular vote count to this point, and the numbers there are pretty strong for Romney.

Was Tuesday a knockout blow for Romney, or will the slog continue into the spring for the Republicans?