What a Week for Palin!
I'm not sure how long this will last or what to really make of these numbers, but the next two months will be fascinating. Unknown ...
I'm not sure how long this will last or what to really make of these numbers, but the next two months will be fascinating. Unknown by two-thirds of voters just seven days ago, Sarah Palin is now an American favorite:
Palin's favorable ratings are now a point higher than either man at the top of the Presidential tickets this year. As of Friday morning, Obama and McCain are each viewed favorably by 57% of voters. Biden is viewed favorably by 48%.
As one would expect, there is a sharp partisan divide; however, McCain supporters have to like her favorable rating among independents:
Eighty-nine percent (89%) of Republicans give her favorable reviews along with 33% of Democrats and 59% of voters not affiliated with either major party.
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