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Poll: More Americans Favor Sarah Palin as non-Hillary Candidate

Posted by Dr. Fay on April 1, 2014

Article by Tony Lee at Breitbart:

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin tops a national poll of female candidates that Americans want to run for president.

The Economist/YouGov survey asked respondents in a series of polls last week which female candidate not named Hillary Clinton they would want to run for president.

Palin is first in the national survey with 9%, followed by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and former Secretary of State and National Security Adviser Condoleeza Rice with 8%. Michelle Obama is fourth with 2% of the vote.

Read more.

Also see:

If not Hillary Clinton, then Sarah Palin for 2016, poll shows

If not Hillary, then who?

4 Responses to “Poll: More Americans Favor Sarah Palin as non-Hillary Candidate”

  1. Hillary Clinton is the enemy of America and it would be eight (8) more years
    just like Obama and the Democrats destroying this great country. She is
    the reason that there are no vaccines factories in America, she made it so
    difficult for them they closed up, just like obama is doing to the coal mines and
    all businesses in this country that are closing up and there are many. She
    treated the Marines terrible when Bill was president in the White House, she
    is a desciple of the devil – wake up America – we are dying.

  2. brooklynjoe1 said

    She has my vote!!!

  3. Wanda Quinn said

    I believe she would make a good President.

  4. John S. Bond said

    Go Sarah, Go!

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