Palin support fading, says poll

Posted: March 25, 2011 in Political Stuff
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(CNN) – Sarah Palin’s favorability rating among Republicans continues to slide as the former vice presidential nominee mulls a White House bid, according to a new survey.

A Washington Post/ABC News poll released Wednesday indicates 58 percent of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents give Palin high marks, a 30-point drop from her favorability rating among the same group in the weeks leading up to the 2008 presidential election. It also marks a 12-point drop from a Washington Post/ABC News poll last fall when the former Alaska governor traveled the country on behalf of a string of congressional candidates.

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  1. michellefrommadison says:

    Poll is wrong, just caught to people when they were too busy to respond. Plus, polls have been proven to be invalid in accuracy, sorry. šŸ˜¦

  2. michellefrommadison says:

    Could be Palin and Trump. Whooo-hooo! šŸ™‚

    • Lita Gonzalez says:

      I been following this line post since your first comment and it leaves me with one small question. Are you on drugs? I mean seriously. First the poll is wrong. Polls as the writer suggested are not 100% but they are a strong indicator of how people feel. People are too busy to answer a poll question? Gimme a break. Bottom line your a Palin apologist who obviously can’t be taken seriously.

      Well I am one of the people who used to love Sarah Palin. Now like millions of others I wish she would just climb back under whatever rock she crawled out from. She’s been obviously critical of a poor president. To the point where she looks like she’s just piling on. Some of her comments make her look very uneducated and unprofessional and if you need me to cite examples I will.

      Now for Trump. He’s a buffoon. If he were to run for president then that would prove that “we the people” have lost our damn minds. He’s exactly what we don’t need, a billionaire president. It’s time we got a common man, someone who is in touch with the little guy, who knows our struggles everyday. From your comments I am betting you thought that Obama was a great choice a few years ago. Something new. Did ya fall for “Yes we can”? Seriously do you really want a Billionaire reality (dumb show) TV star running the USA? Oh wait you do.

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