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In a poll conducted by Capi-Tail magazine, 69% of American men admitted that if presented with the opportunity for an intimate encounter with former Alaska governor and 2008 republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin, they would hit that.

However, the same scientific poll found that only 17% of men in the U.S. would ever, under any circumstances, marry the bitch.

The poll is the first in a series on female candidates’ political bangability which will soon include U.S. Representative/potential republican presidential candidate Michelle Bachman.

Capi-Tail editor C. Farnsworth Smelter says that the poll was taken from telephone, internet and in-person interviews throughout America, and included some 22,000 men from all income levels, races, ethnic groups, faiths, regions and political orientations.

The poll also found that 62% of men would like to receive oral pleasure from Mrs. Palin, though only 9% had any interesting in giving her oral pleasure. The rate of interest in going down on the North Star was slightly higher amongst Democratic (11%) than republican (8%) men.

30% of men would like to engage in anal intercourse with Sarah Palin, and an almost identical number – 29% - believe that “the bitch would really be into it.”

When asked to briefly describe her in terms of being a potential intimate partner, a full 38% said Palin was “Booty call city.” 21% used the phrase “hobag,” 18% described Palin as a “total freak,” 12% as a “kinky broad” and a curious 8% as a “stoopid hood rat.”

Virtually every man’s response in the poll included the use of the word “bitch” at least six times.

While only 17% would marry Palin, 21% said that they would become engaged to her in order to “tap that thang.” 58% admitted to a willingness to lie to Palin in order to have sex with her and 4% said that they would not rule out the use of roofies on a date with the mother of “Dancing With The Stars” performer Bristol Palin.

59% of men, incidentally, expressed an interest in a threesome featuring both Sarah and Bristol Palin, and the number goes up to 61% when the potential scene features mother-daughter intimacy.

Editor Smelter commented, “I couldn’t make this up.”


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Both single and married men were polled, but it was found that answers did not differ in relation to marital status.
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