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The results show Sarah Palin is the favorite to receive the GOP presidential nomination. So all she's got to do now is remain popular this year, and in 2010, and in 2011, and in 2012, raise a ton of money, win a bunch of primaries, and then get nominated.
You can't dispute polls. Pollsters have proven there is no better industry to be in when it comes to economic catastrophes. They never get laid off.
Just last week, there was one that had President Obama beating Jesus in a "who's your favorite hero" poll. (Not lying, here's that story).
The CNN survey showed the Alaska governor to be the preference of 29 percent of those polled. Mike Huckabee scored a close second with 26 percent opting for him. While Mitt Romney was the favorite for 21 percent of the respondents.
Kenneth the Page Bobby Jindal received nine percent of the poll (but this was taken before Tuesday night's spectacle).
The true value of this poll? None. Even CNN's polling director called it worthless.
"So many things will happen between now and 2012 that this poll has no real predictive value," said Keating Holland.