Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich speaks to the media February 4, 2012 after the results of the Nevada caucus were released in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo credit STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images)
WILMINGTON, Del. -- Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich says he may reevaluate his presidential campaign after Tuesday's primaries.
Gingrich was in Delaware Monday -- one of five states holding contests Tuesday.
He said he expect to do very well there.
"Callista's been in Rhode Island and I think we're going to get some delegates there because it's proportional," Gingrich said in an interview with NBC News.
"I think we're going to win some delegates in Pennsylvania and I think we're going to win some delegates in upstate New York," he added. "But, Delaware really would be -- this has been a good opportunity for us; we've been here seeing a lot of people. We've got some very positive responses and I would hope we would do well here -- either carry it or come very, very close."
Connecticut, Delaware, New York, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island are all holding primaries Tuesday.
Gingrich said if he doesn't win in Delaware - or come very close to winning - he'll need to take a "deep look" and "reassess" his campaign.