Sargent collects the latest evidence:

Sarah Palin said this morning that prayer is helping her decide whether to run in 2012. She's going to have to do a lot of praying. It turns out that six in 10 voters would not even consider voting for Palin for president, the new Post/ABC News poll finds. And it gets better. Sixty-two percent of independents would definitely not vote for her. The grand total of voters who would definitely support her? Eight percent.

Weigel sees a pattern:

1) A poll comes out showing that Sarah Palin is one of the least popular figures in national politics.

2) Conservative supporters of Palin argue that Ronald Reagan didn't poll well, either, before he won the presidency. So there.

3) Another poll comes out showing that Sarah Palin is one of the least popular figures in national politics.

The Dish remains vigilant. Who beats her?

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