Clinton, Bush, Paul Lead "Wish List" Poll

Clinton, Bush, Paul Lead "Wish List" Poll
(Undated) -- Hillary Clinton, Jeb Bush, and Rand Paul top the list of potential candidates Americans wish would run for President in 2016, according to a new poll. The latest CBS News/"New York Times" poll out this morning asked people who they would like to see run for the White House. Among Republicans, 41-percent would like to see Bush get in the race, while 27-percent don't want the former Florida governor to run. Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has 39-percent support, while 21-percent of those surveyed say Paul should sit out the 2016 race.
Clinton is the choice of 82-percent of Democrats. Only 13-percent don't support the former Secretary of State, Senator, and First Lady. Democrats are split on a Joe Biden candidacy. Forty-two-percent would like to see the vice-president run for President, but 39-percent say no.