Levi Johnston's the last person Alaskans want to elect: Poll
New York, Sep 07 (ANI): It seems Levi Johnston will have a hard time getting elected in Alaska.
Johnston announced plans to run for office in Palin's home turf of Wasilla last month, but a new poll reveals he's the last person Alaskans want to elect.
As per the survey, conducted by Public Policy Polling, Johnston is now the "most unpopular person PPP has polled in any state," reports the New York Daily News.
He claimed the title from the category's previous champion, former Sen.
According to PPP's favorability scale, he got the same 72 pc unfavorable rating as Edwards, but only 6 pc of Alaskans "see him in a positive light."
"Those poll numbers probably don't bode too well for his Wasilla Mayoral candidacy," PPP reports.
Johnston, who once-upon-a-time was slated to become GOP superstar Sarah Palin's son-in-law, is "reviled pretty universally across the board," but he seems to fare slightly better with Democrats.
PPP found his favorability rating among Republicans was 4/76, 4/74 with independents, and 15/61 with Dems. (ANI)