From the Top of the Ticket
Not that it matters politically because obviously she’s a female Republican dunce and he’s obviously a male Democrat genius.
But Sarah Palin’s poll numbers are strengthening.
And President Obama’s are sliding.
Guess what? They’re about to meet in the 40s.
Depending, of course, on which recent set of numbers you peruse and how the questions are phrased, 307 days into his allotted 1,461 the 44th president’s approval rating among Americans has slid to 49% or 48%, showing no popularity bounce from his many happy trips, foreign and domestic.
Virginia line for Sarah Palin Going Rogue Book buyers
Riding the wave of immense publicity and symbiotic media interest over her new book, Going Rogue
and the accompanying promotional tour, Palin’s favorable ratings are now at 43%, according to ABC. That’s up from 40% in July.
One poll even gives her a 47% favorable.
If she somehow mobilized Iowa’s white evangelicals as Mike Huckabee did to win the 2008 season-opening caucus, many bets would be off about her unelectability. Right now, Palin holds 65% approval among white evangelical Protestants, not a bad place to start, if she decides to.
Anyway, Palin says 2012’s not on her radar. Which is a good idea. The year 2010 is much more important for both of these political personalities.
No longer holding any office and personally set financially by the book’s runaway success, Palin can devote her SarahPac and the entire year to collecting chits from local Republicans.