A brand new poll from Rasmussen released on Thursday revealed that almost seven in ten likely voters do not want to see twice-failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton run for president again in 2024, although they do share the same view when it comes to other career politicians running for office as well.
According to a report from Newsmax, “A resounding 66% said Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, shouldn’t run again. That’s compared to only 19% who said he should. His colleague, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, was also unpopular with voters. Sixty-three percent said he should sit out the next presidential primary.”
“Meanwhile, 67% responded that they didn’t want to see the once-popular Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., run in 2024. The number was high even among Democrats, with 59% saying he shouldn’t seek the White House,” Newsmax reported.
The poll, which asked 1,000 voters for their thoughts on the subject, was completed between July 12-13. There is a margin of error of plus or minus three percentage points.
The results from this poll come just a week after another Rasmussen survey found that the vast majority of voters do not want President Joe Biden to run for a second term either.
According to the number of likely voters who responded, almost six in ten oppose seeing Biden give the White House another go, with 29 percent supporting it and 12 percent unsure.
“It also comes amid speculation that Clinton will make her third bid for the Oval Office, with Democratic strategist Dick Morris revealing Tuesday that he believes she will face a rematch with former President Donald Trump in 2024,” the report stated.
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Nobody wants to see Hillary run again. Nobody.
She failed twice already. It’s clear the American people do not want to see her in the White House. Move along already. We can’t always accomplish our dreams, Hillary.
This story syndicated with permission from Chad Prather