Posted by | October 17, 2010 08:15 | Filed under: Top Stories

Stumping in California for the GOP, Sarah Palin told a crowd in Orange County, “Soon we’ll all be dancing.” That may sit well in conservative Orange County, but Palin doesn’t fare well in the state overall.

A Field Poll released last week found that 58 percent of the state’s registered voters hold a negative view of Palin, although she remains quite popular among Republicans. In addition, two-thirds of independent voters would be less inclined to support a candidate endorsed by her.

Maybe that’s why:

The state’s two most prominent Republican candidates this year — gubernatorial hopeful Meg Whitman and Senate candidate Carly Fiorina — were absent from the rally, citing scheduling conflicts. At a campaign stop in Chico, Whitman said she appreciated Palin’s support, without embracing Palin’s views.

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