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New Poll Shows Voters Confidence In Palin Rising

As the Presidential campaign winds down to it’s final days, Americans have confidence in Governor and Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin.

In spite of main stream media attempts to paint her as unqualified and unpopular, even as she draws turn away, enthusiastic crowds to her rallies, a growing number of Americans do not believe this and have concluded that Governor Palin not only is qualified to be Vice President, she actually has more qualifications to be President, due to her governing experience , than either of her opponents. This, according to a new poll taken by VIP – Veracity In Polling.

In a poll taken from 10/27/thru 10/30,fifty nine percent of voters surveyed said that Palin was not only prepared for the job, but would probably be one of the best Vice Presidents in US history.

More than half of voters polled said the vice-presidential selection would be a major factor influencing their vote for president, and those voters broadly favor Senator John McCain.

Many voters said that Palin helped John McCain more than Senator Joe Biden helps Barack Obama, the Democratic Presidential candidate.

While a majority viewed Palin as uniquely qualified for the vice presidency, roughly three-quarters of voters saw Obama’s running mate, Senator Joseph  Biden, as a poor choice for the job.

The number of voters who said Biden was a drag on Obama was evenly driven by Democrats, Republicans and independents.

Overall views of Palin were due to her experience as Governor of Alaska, her vast knowledge on energy issues, her family values, her believability and the fact that as a Washington outsider, she brings a “breath of fresh air” to national politics.


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