Google's mysterious search algorithm appears to be suggesting U.S. presidential contender Mitt Romney has a poor chance of winning the 2012 election.
If you type Romney (i.e., with a space after the last letter) in the Google search box, you will get the suggestion, Romney can't win.
And if you types the phrase Romney can win, the spell-checker responds with the message, Did you mean: Romney can't win?
Google often provides the opposite of a search and provides the most-searched query suggestions for searches.
As of now, the former Massachusetts governor is the only candidate to suffer from the search-engine glitch. Romney has consistently come near the top of polls, but has been unable to establish himself as a clear front-runner.