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Pew poll reveals two-fifths of Republicans won't vote for Palin

Washington, Fri, 26 Aug 2011 ANI

Washington, Aug 26 (ANI): Forty-one percent of Republicans and Republican-leaning voters say there is "no chance" they would vote for former Alaska governor Sarah Palin in a presidential race, a Pew poll has revealed.


That's the second-highest rejection rate of any Republican candidate, exceeded only by Newt Gingrich, who was ruled out by 48 percent of respondents.


Palin's poll numbers are comparable to, or even slightly worse than, Ron Paul's.


Paul has 21 percent of Republicans who say there's a "good chance" they'd vote for him, and 37 percent who say there's "some chance."


For Palin, those numbers are 24 percent ("good chance") and 34 percent ("some chance.")


A higher proportion of Republicans have crossed her off the list of options, by a 4-point margin. (ANI)


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