Sarah Palin by the numbers

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Friday, February 18, 2011; 11:11 PM

The public's take on Sarah Palin remains deeply split along partisan and gender lines, according to the new Washington Post-ABC News poll, and among women, the gap between Democrats and Republicans is even wider. Crosstabs on these questions below. Q. Do you have a favorable or unfavorable impression of Sarah Palin? ---Favorable-- -Unfavorable-- NET Strongly NET Strongly All 43 20 52 34 Democrat 21 9 77 57 Independent 45 18 47 32 Republican 76 42 20 6 Men 48 20 46 29 Women 39 20 57 39 Among women: White 45 23 51 37 White/Suburb 50 26 46 33 Democrat 17 8 81 62 Independent 41 16 52 36 Republican 78 49 20 6 Q. If Palin runs for president in 2012, would you definitely vote for her, would you consider voting for her, or would you definitely not vote for her? Definitely Would Definitely would consider would not All


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