But consider for a moment that Palin was running, how would she do? With so many media and voter variables at play, it’s hard to know for sure. But the Election Oracle shows something unique for Palin. She enjoys extremely high regard online – on Wednesday her favorability was a sky-high 84 – which means she’s earning a far higher rate of positive mentions than for any other candidate, President Obama included. The conversation is admittedly small: Palin was mentioned 1-50th the amount of times as Mitt Romney, and 1-35th the number of Rick Santorum, who had his biggest week yet after a series of state wins. She also isn’t granted the same scrutiny the media give to actual candidates. Yet still, unlike any of her colleagues, Palin is being buzzed about with almost exclusively glowing reviews.