Posted by Ryan on September 10, 2008
New numbers from Scott Rasmussen indicate that a full 51% of Likely Voters believe that the media is trying to hurt Sarah Palin, while only 5% think the MSM is trying to help her. Only 35% think that the MSM has been providing unbiased coverage (wonder who they are voting for?).
It is pretty obvious what’s been happening in the MSM’s nearly open advocacy for Obama, especially to those of us who follow these developments closely, but it seems like the average likely voter is also seeing the bias. At the end of the day, the impression that Palin is being mistreated only helps her amongst important voter groups, like independent women.
Posted in Election 2008, Media Bias, Politics | Tagged: MSM, Obama, Sarh Palin, Scott Rasmussen | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Ryan on August 30, 2008
Renowned pollster Scott Rasmussen has polled the immediate reaction of voters to Alaska Governor and GOP Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin.
67% had NO idea who she was before Friday.
Yet, amongst all voters 53% have a positive rating of her (including 29% VERY favorable), while 26% do not like her at all. In contrast, the better-known Biden’s initial numbers were only 43% positive.
The internals indicate what we’ve been hearing over the last 24 hours from the Right — this pick is going over very well amongst Republicans, and the initial impression Palin made is more positive than negative amongst the general voting public. Phew! Now she needs to keep it up. People can change their minds really fast if she does not take care of her momentum or gets defined too early.
Posted in Blogroll, Election 2008, Politics | Tagged: Alaska, Joe Biden, Sarah Palin, Scott Rasmussen, Veepstakes | 5 Comments »