Wednesday, March 23, 2011

PPP Polling: "Palin is not a serious general election candidate for President"

Over the last 5 months we've polled on Sarah Palin's favorability in 27 different states. She has negative favorability numbers in all 27. Here are some more facts on Palin's numbers:
  • A majority of voters in 26 of the 27 states have a negative opinion of Palin
  • Palin's favorability is -20+ in 19 of 27 states
  • Only 3 states out of 27 have her favorability better than -10
  • 8 states have her favorability as -30+
The full story is HERE.


Anonymous said...

Democrats are just scared of Governor Palin. She is a true conservative and once people see the facts theres no doubt she can win and win big.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, and the Easter Bunny is real, too.

Anonymous said...

Say it ain't so! She was sent to us by heavenly messengers, to usher in the second coming - if she's not the second coming herself. Why, oh why can't we people just see it, and fall at her feet? It's that damm main stream media again.

And anon, the demo's are dying to have Palin as our nominee. Obama sails to second term in a 48 state landslide.

Johan "Mcon" said...

well Palin would still win in Utah because they are good repubs. And perhaps in Alabama because they don't really like blacks there. Then again, she is 11pts back in north carolina and seriously underwater favorable everywhere.

Ann said...

I like Sarah but realistically, this is not her time for what ever reason.

10 years from now and perhaps a senate seat could change all that.

Right Wingnut said...

I think it would be prudent to add the following disclaimer on each PPP post:

Disclaimer: PPP is a Democrat polling firm funded by Daily Kos and SEIU

Anonymous said...


So the only reason Palin would win in Alabama is because everyone in that state hates black? Wow!!! I would call you a blithering ignoramus but you are too stupid to know what that means.