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NBC/WSJ poll: Palin and 2012

From NBC's Mark Murray
Here's a second tease of our upcoming NBC/WSJ poll...

Sarah Palin

stepped down as Alaska governor on Sunday, and could be eyeing a presidential bid in 2012. But according to the poll, a whopping 67 percent of Americans -- and 43 percent of Republicans -- say they would not like to see her president someday.

By comparison, 50 percent of the public -- and 33 percent of Republicans -- say they don't want to see Mitt Romney

, another possible 2012 contender, become president.

Palin's fav/unfav in the poll is 32%-43%, which is virtually unchanged since April.

One other finding we're releasing: Just 41% approve of President Obama's handling of health care, which is nearly identical to Bill Clinton's scores from 1994, when he failed to get Congress to pass health-care reform.

Video: The latest NBC/WSJ poll suggests that confidence in President Barack Obama's approach to a massive overhaul of the health care system has taken a political toll. The president's job approval rating has dropped to 53 percent. NBC's Chuck Todd reports.

We'll have plenty more numbers on Obama and health care when the full poll is released at 6:30 pm ET.