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‘Sarah Palin again stomps the Hot Air Presidential field by a wide and comfortable margin.’

Posted by reagantman on February 16, 2011

Hot Air has an interesting article that breaks down poll numbers in an analytical way. Patrick Ishmael contends that Palin’s support is strong despite defections given the fluidity of the support for a large field of candidates going into the 2012 primaries.

Sarah Palin has the strongest army. Ishmael points out “while 54% of the average candidate’s supporters consider themselves ‘very committed’ backers, 82% of Sarah Palin voters consider themselves ‘very committed.’”

The polls which seem to be all over the place and the digs from the lamestream media and GOP establishment will mean nothing when the field actually announces. Yes, Sarah Palin will be starting with lower numbers than she would have had the media not lied and misrepresented her record. Given the opportunity to campaign fair and square and get her record out there, she can overcome that.

In an IBD/TIPP Poll, according to Investors Business Daily:

Most Americans (55%), however, think media coverage of Palin has not been fair and objective.
Only 37% say it’s been fair. That most Republicans (70%) see bias is no surprise, but a majority of independents (56%) agree.

This would lead us to believe that the public will look past the media this time around. The public’s observation of Palin will be one that is much more skeptical of how the media portrays her. People will take more pause for thought – meaning that surface observations and knee jerk reactions will give way to a more serious approach toward her.

This is not to say that the liberal media won’t try to pull an “operation chaos” to taint the minds of Republican voters during the primary. The question is are we sheep or will we overcome that media spin and insist that the best campaigner win? Will the GOP rank and file choose their nominee or will they allow the media to choose the least dangerous challenger to Obama?

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Check out this great read from Conservatives4Palin:
David Solway: The More Sarah Palin Seems Unelectable, the More Electable She May Actually Be.

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One Response to “‘Sarah Palin again stomps the Hot Air Presidential field by a wide and comfortable margin.’”

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