If he remains in the race, Santorum will end up with the third or fourth most states ever won by a failed presidential candidate .
The Badger and Prairie States have voted for the same Republican presidential candidate for 11 consecutive election cycles, with a victory margin differential usually within single digits between the two states
Only Teddy Roosevelt had more children who were under 18 years of age upon taking office - one more than a potential Rick Santorum presidency
The west holds 9 of the Top 13 slots for states with the largest percentage of seats won by women since Jeannette Rankin was elected in 1916; Hawaii, Nevada, and Wyoming rank 1-2-3.
None of the five Badger State US House members have formally backed a candidate with the Midwest at a regional low rate of 36 percent.
Al Gore and Barack Obama have both been likened to the classic Ohio Art Company toy.
The former Massachusetts governor becomes one of just three winners in 100 years of the primary to fail to reach the 50 percent mark.
Only one Illinois Republican presidential primary has been decided by less than 10 points out of 25 contests since 1912.
U.S. Representatives from western states serve an average of 2.9 years longer than those from northeastern states throughout history.
Nearly 200 broadcast reports have discussed the possibility of an open GOP convention this cycle.
The former House Speaker's dream of an open convention for his party has been lingering for years.
The state's most competitive race has been a 34-point blow-out since its first Republican presidential primary in 1980.
The Sunflower State records the biggest increase in GOP primary or caucus voter participation in the nation compared to the 2008 cycle.
Gingrich ties John McCain for the second lowest home state tally for a major GOP presidential candidate since 1972, besting only Pat Robertson.
Nine sitting or former governors have been elected U.S. Senator in the Pine Tree State including four during the popular vote era.
Santorum vote totals are averaging nearly five points higher than the final polling numbers in primary and caucus states; Paul vote totals average four points higher in caucus states
More than 50,000 votes have been cast for ex-GOP presidential candidates this cycle.
Buoyed by support in rural areas, Rick Santorum has won 215 more counties than Mitt Romney and 58 percent overall after the first 11 contests.