(PRINCETON, N.J.) -- Results from a resent Gallup poll say that over half of Americans, 52 percent, now hold unfavorable opinions of Sarah Palin. This percentage is the highest percentage yet to view the former Vice Presidential candidate negatively in Gallup polling since her 2008 nomination for the VP role.
According to Gallup, the public's perception of Palin has declined incrementally since last year. However, Palin well-positioned to seek nomination for the 2012 Republican presidential candidacy "given her high name recognition and broad popularity among Republicans," Gallup says.
Eighty percent of Republicans still view Palin favorably.
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