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Archive for May 25th, 2011

Gov. Palin Achieves 3 Million Facebook Supporters

Posted by Ron Devito on May 25, 2011

This day, May 25, 2011 at 2304 (11:04 PM) EDT, the goal of 3 million supporters on Governor Palin’s Facebook page was achieved.

Please donate $30, $300, or $3,000 NOW to SarahPAC. Let’s Roll!!!!

Gov. Palin had achieved 2 million supporters on July 29, 2010 and her first million on November 17, 2009 when her Going Rogue book tour began.

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Palins’ AZ House Purchase Confirmed

Posted by Ron Devito on May 25, 2011

Conservatives4Palin and the Wall Street Journal tonight confirmed that Governor Sarah Palin and Todd Palin have purchased a second home in Scottsdale, Arizona. The Arizona house could be used as a 2012 Presidential campaign base of operations.

Photo courtesy of and retrieved from: StateBrief Blog

Photo courtesy of and retrieved from: StateBrief Blog

Photo courtesy of and retrieved from: StateBrief Blog

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Christianity Today: Palin Stands to Gain Most with Huckabee Out

Posted by joshpainter on May 25, 2011

– by Josh Painter
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According to a report by Christianity Today’s Tobin Grant, a poll by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press suggests that most of Mike Huckabee’s support would go to Sarah Palin, if she ran:

In March, Pew asked GOP voters who they wanted in the presidential race. Huckabee received 20 percent support among Republican voters. He did even better (29 percent) among evangelicals in the GOP. The Pew poll also asked who voters second pick was. By using Huckabee supporters second pick, the poll finds that support for Sarah Palin is the most likely to increase.

With Huckabee out of the race, support for Palin could increase from 13 to 19 percent. Support for other candidates also increased but not more than the margin of error; the increases could be due to chance.

Palin’s support increases even more among evangelicals. Originally, with Huckabee in the field of candidates, Palin was tied with Mitt Romney for second. Each received around 15 percent among these voters. With Huckabee gone, Palin is the top-choice among evangelicals in the GOP with 25 percent support and Romney’s support barely increased.

More than half (51 percent) of Republicans qualify as born-again Christians, according to research by the Barna Group, but their extraordinary turnout rate at the polls place them among the most influential demographic groups in Republican primaries. In Iowa, for example, 60 percent of Republican caucus goers are evangelical Christians, and in South Carolina, half of GOP voters are self described evangelicals.

Cross-posted from Texas for Sarah Palin

– JP

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UT/Trib Poll: Palin 12%, Gingrich 11%, Huckabee 10%

Posted by joshpainter on May 25, 2011

– by Josh Painter
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According to a new statewide poll, Sarah Palin leads all of her potential rivals as the top choice for the GOP presidential nomination in the Lone Star State. The survey, which was conducted by The University of Texas and the Texas Tribune the week of May the 11th, was taken just before former governors Mike Huckabee and Mitch Daniels, along with real estate Mogul Donald Trump, removed themselves from contention. The poll also preceded missteps by former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and businessman Herman Cain, as both stumbled coming out of the starting gate.

Results of the survey show that Gov. Palin led the field at 12 percent, followed closely by Gingrich at 11 percent, and Huckabee with 10 percent. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota were in a tie for fourth place at 7 percent each, followed Donald Trump at 6 percent; Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty with 4 percent; former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania at 3 percent. Gov. Mitch Daniels of Indiana and former Gov. Jon Huntsman of Utah were at the back of the pack, tied at 1 percent apiece.

The poll also found that Texas is still a “red” state, with only 30 percent of all registered voters saying that they would cast ballots to re-elect President Obama, while 48 percent would vote for the Republican candidate in the presidential race. Obama remains unpopular in Texas, as his job approval rating is only 35 percent, while a majority — 55 percent — disapprove of the job he’s doing. Of the latter group, 46 percent strongly disapprove of his job performance. Gov. Rick Perry’s job approval rating is balanced, with 41 percent giving him positive marks and 42 percent are negative about his performance. The Texas Legislature fares somewhat worse than the governor, with 35 percent approval and 38 disapproval.

According to the survey, true independents are not a very large demographic in Texas, as most registered voters associate themselves with one of the two major political parties. But when it come to the contest for the U.S. Senate seat of retiring Kay Bailey Hutchison, many voters, including half of Texas’ Republicans and a solid majority of Democrats, are still undecided.

Most Texas voters see both the state and the nation as being on the wrong track. A significant percentage of Texans say they are economically worse off than they were a year ago. Lone Star State voters are evenly divided about the state of the economy, with 48 percent saying Texas’ economy has worsened and 49 percent saying the same about the national economy.

This latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune poll is an internet survey of 800 registered voters, with a sampling error of plus or minus 3.46 percent. The Republican primary questions have a margin of error of plus or minus 4.98 percent.

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h/t: M. Joseph Sheppard

Cross-posted from Brazos Valley Pundit

– JP

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