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Independents and Republicans sound off on Sarah Palin


As part of their research for Monday's GOP polling package, The Washington Post's Dan Balz and Jon Cohen conducted focus groups with Independents and Republicans in Colorado to get a sense of their feelings on former Alaska governor Sarah Palin. Learn what they found, above. (Credit: Dan Balz and Jon Cohen/The Washington Post)

For more on this topic, see: Palin particularly popular among fans of Limbaugh and Beck.

By Web Politics Editor  |  November 30, 2009; 12:32 PM ET
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OMG. These Independents sound really independent all right.NOT!!
I mean one says she likes Obama because she can relate to him while Sarah Palin can't relate even though she cooks her own food and change her babies diapers. yeah real Independents.

And Hey Karon Dawson, your ignorance is shinging through. You say Palin abused her power. You prove that you live in the dark and dont want to come out.
Are you aware that that state trooper, tasered his OWN son? How about that he shot a moose out of hunting season? Or threatened to put a bullett in the Governor's father if he helped pay for an attorney to divorce the taser monster. Been divorced 4 Times?
Are you awere that commisioner Walt Monegan came out and said he deserved to be fired initially because he was insubordinate before changing his story because of politics.
Wake up Lady. Either you are nothing but a partisan or you are a nieve FOOL. Possibly Both.

Posted by: mwilliams30040 | December 1, 2009 9:49 PM | Report abuse

When is the discussion going to return to principle instead of popularity?

Posted by: rharrisonscott | December 1, 2009 10:52 AM | Report abuse

In every good magic trick their are 3 elements; the set-up, the turn and the prestige. http://tinkys1941.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!DCD7544ECCB8065F!200.entry

Posted by: edtroyhampton | November 30, 2009 4:17 PM | Report abuse

We do need to negate Palin and her crazies
to the E channel, along with Barack and
Michelle, so we will all know how much the state dinner cost, and who designed her gown, and who crashed the gate, and how
all the independent news personalities
seem to in bed with the politicians they
cover. Is Orwell's 1984 no longer taught
in amerikan schools? The dept of Peace
is busy bombing our allies, the double talk is getting bad. we will lower the deficit by spending 1.2 trillion
dollars on mandated healthcare.
yes, it makes perfect sense.
by spending more, we will decrease
the actual expenditures. brilliant.
I was hoping Obama would make some tough
decisions, like Reagan in 80'
and save us from ourselves.

Posted by: simonsays1 | November 30, 2009 4:00 PM | Report abuse

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