Voters Don’t Want Hillary Clinton In 2024

( Presidential also-rans might want to rethink any plans they might have about running for president again in 2024.

According to a recent Rasmussen survey, voters seem eager to kick former presidential candidates to the curb in favor of new blood in 2024.

Rasmussen found that voters aren’t particularly eager to see another Hillary Clinton or Mitt Romney run for the White House. And they’re not the only ones voters want to put behind them.

Rasmussen asked respondents if they wanted to see Hillary Clinton, Mitt Romney, Bernie Sanders, or Ted Cruz make another run in 2024.

An overwhelming majority, 69 percent, said no to Hillary while only 20 percent wanted a Clinton return. Even Democrats weren’t keen, with 53 percent of them NOT “Ready for Hillary.” Among Liberal Democrats, a Hillary 2024 run was even less appealing, with 59 percent of liberals saying no.

Bernie Sanders does no better. Overall 67 percent of respondents aren’t interested in a third Bernie campaign while only 21 percent were. And that includes the vast majority of Democrats, 59 percent of whom have no interest in Bernie 2024.

Then there’s Mitt Romney. A majority of respondents, 66 percent, don’t want Mitt to toss his hat into the ring in 2024 while only 19 percent do. Among Republicans, Romney is about as popular as headlice. A staggering 71 percent of Republicans want Mitt to sit this one out.

Senator Ted Cruz, who is often floated as a possible 2024 candidate, isn’t setting voters on fire either. A majority of respondents, 63 percent, don’t want a Cruz 2024 run and only 20 percent do. Cruz does better among Republican voters, with only 48 percent saying he shouldn’t run again in 2024.

Do Joe Biden or Donald Trump do any better? Well, let’s just say they don’t do as badly.

Rasmussen found only 29 percent of respondents want Joe Biden to run for reelection in 2024 while only 37 percent of respondents would welcome another Donald Trump run.