In state polls, her favorables are plummeting:

Marc Hellenthal, a pollster who regularly works with GOP candidates, said he sees a drop among Democrats and independents, but that Palin is gaining support among Republicans. “She was the most popular politician with Democrats, but that’s not true anymore,” Hellenthal said. “She’s being viewed as more partisan now.” State Rep. David Guttenberg, a Democrat from Fairbanks, echoed that sentiment. “She’s no longer above the fray. She’s being mean and vindictive,” Guttenberg said. “If you’re a Democrat, she’s being phenomenally partisan. And if you’re a Republican, you’re pissed because she’s dragging down your presidential candidate.”

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