Still Unpopular: Sarah Palin's 'Unfavorable' Numbers Hit Post VP-Run High in Gallup Poll

The former half-term governor may be a fave of the Fox News set, but most Americans don't think terribly highly of the "Alaska Quitbull."

Gallup:

More than half of Americans, 52%, now view Sarah Palin unfavorably, the highest percentage holding a negative opinion of the former Alaska governor in Gallup polling since Sen. John McCain tapped her as the 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee. Her 40% favorable rating ties her lowest favorable score, recorded just over a year ago.

AlterNet / By Staff

Posted at November 12, 2010, 9:11am

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