Thursday, January 20, 2011

PPP Polling: Obama leading all Republicans nationally, Palin by 17 points

The worse the candidate did against the president previously, the greater the decline since. That is particularly true for Palin. No one has lost the national popular vote by anything approaching 17 points since Ronald Reagan’s historic 18-point landslide over Walter Mondale in 1984, when Mondale won only his home state of Minnesota and eternally blue Washington, D.C
Favorable/Unfavorable/Not sure:

Mitt Romney 36/40/24
Sarah Palin 35/58/7
Mike Huckabee 37/38/25
Newt Gingrich 31/52/17
Michelle Bachmann 22/31/48

Head-To-Head (Obama/Candidate/Undecided):

Mitt Romney 48/43/9 (-5)
Sarah Palin 55/38/7 (-17)
Mike Huckabee 49/44/7 (-5)
Newt Gingrich 51/39/10 (-12)
Michelle Bachmann 51/33/17 (-18)
PPP surveyed 632 American voters from January 14th to 16th. The survey’s margin of error is +/-3.9%. Other factors, such as refusal to be interviewed and weighting, may introduce additional error that is more difficult to quantify.

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BOSMAN said...

At least Romney and Huckabee are within the MOE. Palin, well that's another story!

Anonymous said...

I can't believe all this guy's gotta do is give a speech next to palin and he bounces... Aggravating!! Goes to show you can never 'mis'underestimate BHO!


Anonymous said...


Please tell her and then tell her worshippers.

ConMan said...

Palin really is in trouble. Now there comparing her head-to-head numbers with the likes of Walter Mondale and Barry Goldwater.

Ann said...

I'm glad the Romney once again is on top. even if he is sharing the spot.

Anonymous said...

As long as Mitt is on top I'm happy.

Obama's only getting a temporary lift from the Arizona murders.