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Sarah Palin For President? Poll Shows Six In 10 Americans Say They Would Not Support Her Running

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While she always ranks in the top tier of potential candidates in polls looking ahead to the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, surveys of the overall public have not been kind to Sarah Palin's chances of winning the general election, and a new ABC News/Washington Post poll is no exception.

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