, Mitt Romney touted his success with Tea Party and evangelical voters in his convincing New Hampshire primary win.
But now the race shifts to South Carolina, and as Jan Crawford points out, the voters there are different from their New Hampshire counterparts, setting up quite a battle for the Republican frontrunner.
Romney, who finished fourth in South Carolina four years ago, has taken a different approach to evangelical voters this time around, talking more openly about his own faith.
But Texas Gov. Rick Perry has been campaigning in the state for a week hammering Romney and stressing his own ties to the evangelical community and his southern roots.
Watch Crawford's full report above.