Tuesday, December 28, 2010

CNN 2012 Poll: Sarah Palin slides with Conservatives

In the battle for the GOP presidential nomination, the survey suggests Palin may have some work to do if she throws her hat in the ring. Only 49 percent of Republicans say that they are likely to support Sen. John McCain's running mate in 2008 for the Republican nomination in 2012.
"That's a huge 18-point drop since December of 2008, when two-thirds of GOPers said they were likely to support Palin. It also puts her well behind potential rivals Mike Huckabee and Mitt Romney, and a bit behind Newt Gingrich as well," adds Holland.
 More on the poll analysis HERE.

CNN Poll Question:
I'm going to read you the names of a few people who might run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012. For each one, please tell me whether you would be very likely, somewhat likely, not very likely, or not likely at all to support them if they decided to run for the Republican nomination in 2012.

Based on 470 Republicans and Republican leaning Independents. Sampling error:+/-4.5% PTS.
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phil said...

This coupled with PPP's analysis of her favorability numbers is not a trend that will win you the nomination OR the general.

Anonymous said...

I thought she had the conservative vote in the bag.

I guess not.


Anonymous said...

Sarah Palin's popularity rating takes a dive

kelly said...

I guess she doesn't have the conservative vote rapped up.

BOSMAN said...

Do you think being OVEREXPOSED 24/7 helps?