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July 30, 2013


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ha HA

Mike Farrell

So Palin is hated at 39% apro but Obama is an obstacle at 39% apro-your prejudices couldn't be clearer


Thank you for this poll. Hopefully it tells Palin to take a hike and let Treadwell reclaim the seat.

Jello Mayberry

Please have Arkansas has a poll option!


This is the best news regarding the hill that I have heard in a very long time! Go Sarah!


Sarah Palin, Our Great American LEADER and HERO, will WIN The Alaska Senate Seat EASILY Next Year....


Hilarious Bias in This Corrupt Poll

Poll claims - woman 55%, men 45%
Alaska actually - men 52.5%, women 47.5%

Poll claims - Dem 20%, Rep 32%, Ind/other 48%
Alaska voted - Dem 14%, Rep 27%, Ind/other 57%

Poll actually smears Sarah Palin in Q23 by asking if she should run from Arizona instead of Alaska!


Poll New Jersey next!

Jello Mayberry

Stop being wussies and have Arkansas as option to vote for!


Mike, where does it say "Palin is hated"? AK voters don't like her is the description. They also don't like Obama, but Obama's not running in the race. And that's reason that Palin's 39% is a bigger deal than Obama's--- ONLY if she's the nominee (which is what that section was discussing).

Now, if Treadwell is the GOP nominee, Palin's 39% is meaningless, while Obama's 39% would still matter and be a drag on Begich.

What's funny with all the RW anger about this poll is that the poll actually indicates that if anyone but Palin is the GOP nominee, Begich is in trouble. A Dem incumbent in a very red state pulling 44% of the vote and a 4 point lead in a midterm year, while 36% of voters don't know enough about Treadwell to make a call? Not a good look bro.

If its Treadwell, Begich better hope that he's as lucky as McCaskill/Donnellly and his GOP opponent decides it is once again time to educate America on how women who got pregnant from a rape either didn't really get raped or it was a gift from God.

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