Monday, November 1, 2010

PPP Alaska Polling on Sarah Palin October 31, 2010








Q10 Do you have a favorable or unfavorable opinion
of Sarah Palin?
Favorable .............. 33%
Unfavorable........... 58%
Not sure ................ 8%

Q11 Do you want Sarah Palin to run for President in
2012?
Yes........................ 18%
No ......................... 70%

Click HERE for all cross tabs.

PPP surveyed 1,539 likely Alaska voters on October 30th and 31st. The margin of error for the survey is +/- 2.5%. Other factors, such as refusal to be interviewed and weighting, may introduce additional error that is more difficult to quantify.

Ouch! I guess this throws the wammy in that old saying, 'Absence Makes The Heart Grow Fonder'?

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

They ought to know her better than anyone. What's this tell you?

zeke

Anonymous said...

Wow, that does not look good for Palin and in her home state.

Ann

Anonymous said...

I don't understand why the dislike for her in Alaska. There has to be something besides the Miller issue and quitting half way through her term, that has turned Alaskan voters off.

john

Anonymous said...

I wish Palin would accept this poll and the nation wide polls and opinions that she is not ready to be President of the United States. She may never be ready. If she persist she could give us 4 more years of Obama.

kelly said...

If I'm not mistaken, Palin had problems there between her relatives and the locals.

Anonymous said...

Look at the cross tabs. Outlier.

JR

Revolution 2010 said...

If I'm not mistaken, the last poll there had 67% saying they didn't want her to run. Palin lost 3 more points.

Bill589 said...

Polls Smolls. They obviously only question sexists, racists (Todd’s part native), and apparently Mormons. ;)

Didn't know there were so many Mormons in Alaska.

kelly said...

Bill,

"Didn't know there were so many Mormons in Alaska."


haha, I don't think so.

Right Wingnut said...

A agree with JR. Look at the crosstabs. They over sampled Dems by quite a bit. Other recent polls have her closer to 50%, which is in line with most other Governors as they leave office. What was Mitt's favorable rating in MA? At 34-65, his was third worst in the nation as his term was coming to a close.

Aaron said...

Right Wingnut,

Massachusetts is a heavily Democratic state. Alaska is a heavily Republican state.
You can't compare the 2. Alaska has a Problem with Palin. I'll be if she ran, She wouldn't take her own state in the primary.