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Archive for April 5th, 2014

Kunich and Henderson: Sarah Palin’s Remarkable Staying Power

Posted by Dr. Fay on April 5, 2014

The authors of this article don’t appear to be Sarah Palin fans, but they have made some noteworthy observations.

From the article byJackie Kucinich and Nia-Malika Henderson at the Washington Post:

Sarah Palin’s remarkable staying power

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The Washington Post posted this graphic of  the success rate of Governor Palin’s 2010 endorsements:

Campaign 2010:  The Politics of Palin


Ron Devito has these stats on Palin’s 2012 endorsement success:

2012 Endorsements Success Rate: 57.14% of endorsed candidates in which an election has been held. In cases involving a runoff, we are counting the runoff as the election having been held for purposes of calculating the success rate of Gov. Palin’s endorsements. Six out of the eight wins were endorsed during the primary season and went on to win the general election. The success rate on this subset is 75%.


See also:

Keeping Score: Sarah Palin’s Winning Endorsements

Endorsement Power! Sarah Palin: 75% Success Karl Rove: $100′s of Millions Spent Only 1% Success



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