A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 46% of Likely Republican Primary Voters who favor Palin say they are at least somewhat likely to vote third-party if she isn't nominated. That includes 22% who say it is Very Likely.
What this is saying is that less than half of people who still use landlines as their primary phone that are considering not voting for Obama in 2012 because they think Palin is "cool" aren't sure whether or not they would actually cast a vote that matters - including a minority of people whom, with a sufficient amount of prodding, would get off the couch and just push any button that caught their fancy at the time that wasn't Palin or Obama.
That's how Rasmussen results read - completely and utterly pointless.
Look for the modern American Right to get all in a tizzy over this, complete with Fox"News" doing their best to ensure that she does get the nomination.