Thursday, August 13, 2009

A CNN poll on Palin

Well, heck. This is a relief:

Americans appear to be souring on Sarah Palin, according to a new national poll.

Thirty-nine percent of people questioned in a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Wednesday have a favorable opinion of the former Alaska governor and last year's Republican vice presidential nominee. That's down seven points from a poll conducted in May, and it's also nine points lower than the 48 percent who now say they now view Palin unfavorably. Forty-three percent viewed Palin negatively in May.

And here's a comment to that article that I have to say I appreciate:

Don't listen to them, Sarah.

The GOP needs you, America needs you, and most of all Democrats are counting on you to finish sinking conservatism.

Don't let us down – a nutcaselike you is a one-in-a-million find.

That one's rich, huh?


  1. It's still that 39%, though ... but then again, I wonder how those polls are set up ...

    We can be thankful (seriously) for one thing: that Sarah Palin's intelligence doesn't match her looks. I remember seeing her strut from national anonymity to YOWZA!! in an instant last summer at her RNC début, and I thought (very seriously), "So help us God, let her be stupid."

  2. Yes, Jaliya. And she is very, very stupid indeed.

  3. Anonymous4:28 PM

    You guys are cracking me up here...


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