Is Paul Ryan in danger of being "Cantored"? Probably not.

A Marquette Law School poll done shortly before the April presidential primary found 81 percent of Republican and GOP-leaning independent voters in First Congressional District had a favorable impression of Ryan, compared to 12 percent unfavorable. Even about a third of Democrats viewed Ryan favorably…

“People know me really well in Wisconsin, they know I am going to stand up for my principles that are conservative principles no matter how popular that may be on a given day,” Ryan said of the Palin vow in an interview with Right Wisconsin’s Kevin Binversie, according to Buzzfeed. “They know me personally very well. I don’t really worry too much about outside agitators,” Ryan said.

Zack Roday, a spokesman for Team Ryan, the speaker’s political operation, said Ryan has made pains to stay connected at home despite the growing demands on his time as speaker — attending, for instance, a Kiwanis pancake breakfast in Racine over the past weekend.