Respondents were read a list of things and were asked to pick the two that most concern them about McCain. Thirty-four percent named Palin, versus only 23% for the runner-up, which was that it seems likely he'd continue Bush's policies.
That would seem to suggest that Palin may have become a greater liability for McCain than Bush.
Separately, the poll's toplines show Obama with an expanded lead of 10 points over McCain among registered voters, 52%-42%.
I believe this is the part where the media starts referring to her as "polarizing."
I've been saying it for a while now: by the time this thing is over, John McCain will seriously regret this decision.