Posted by | December 28, 2010 10:59 | Filed under: Top Stories

Among Republicans, 49% say they’d support Sarah Palin for the Republican presidential nomination. That compares with 67% for Mike Huckabee and 59% for Mitt Romney. It also compares with the 67% support Palin had two years ago. (h/t Political Wire).  Palin fares even worse in her home state of Alaska where just 33% have a favorable opinion of her.

Key finding: “Palin’s unpopularity in Alaska is an interesting sidebar but ultimately pretty irrelevant to a possible 2012 Presidential bid. What’s more relevant is that a majority of voters in every single state we have polled so far on the 2012 race has an unfavorable opinion of her.”

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