Saturday, November 6, 2010

Poll: Gov. Palin has highest favorability with likely '12 GOP voters

Sarah Palin is rated highest in favorability among likely Republican voters for the 2012 GOP presidential nomination:
A Rasmussen Reports poll showed Palin with an 82 percent favorability rating, compared to 17 percent who view her unfavorably. Fifty percent of likely voters in the 2012 primary elections for the presidential nomination had a very favorable opinion of the former governor, while eight percent claimed they have a very unfavorable opinion of her.

Former Govs. Mitt Romney (R-Mass.) and Mike Huckabee (R-Ark.) trailed Palin with a favorability of 79 percent apiece. Seventeen percent hold unfavorable opinions of the two.


The three top contenders for the Republican nomination to challenge Obama in 2012 remain tied when likely primary voters were asked which candidate they would vote for if the primaries were held today.
Rasmussen surveyed 1,000 likely GOP primary voters with a margin of sampling error of plus-or-minus three percentage points.

- JP

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