Palin has been determinedly evasive when answering questions about whether or not she'll run, but she's also offered plenty of hints that a candidacy is in the works. She told reporters on May 30 that "there is still a lot of time for folks to make up their minds and jump in and get their campaigns together. The field isn't set yet. Not by a long shot." She spent today in New Hampshire attacking Mitt Romney, who was in New Hampshire today to formally announce his 2012 candidacy (Palin insisted the timing was "coincidental").
That’s not how the bus tour looked to Republicans on the ground, many of whom are more convinced than ever that the former Alaska governor is simply not serious about running for president
Bus touring might soften her image. Palin is a polarizing political figure, with adherents who love her and critics who love to dislike her. This is true to a certain extent even among GOP voters. Her unfavorable rating among Republicans is about 30 percent, noted New York Times polling expert Nate Silver earlier this spring. That’s a pretty high figure for a politician’s own party
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