But the most notable finish may have been that of Palin, assumed to be the darling of social conservatives. Her fourth-place finish indicates that the sort of hyper-engaged voters who attend such Washington conferences as this may be hesitant to embrace such a polarizing candidate."Such a polarizing candidate" indeed. According to the latest Rasmussen survey, support for Sarah Palin was split right down the middle, with 49 percent of voters saying they at least somewhat approve of her, while 50 percent disapprove. 31 percent of voters strongly approve of her, but 40 percent strongly disapprove, giving Palin a negative approval index rating of -9.
Now that's polarizing.
Those Rasmussen numbers aren't those for Sarah Palin after all. It seems they belong to President Obama. We're terribly sorry for the error, but we just wanted to point out how the Democrat-Media Complex uses key words like "polarizing" to negatively portray Sarah Palin. Politico and the rest of the legacy media see their jobs as not to just report the news, but to campaign against Obama's political opponents for him.