After two election cycles with Barack Obama on top, the Democratic Party is looking for a new standard bearer to lead them into the 2016 presidential election against the young and often inexperienced Republican contenders they will likely face, at least when compared to their own leading candidates.
|Hillary 2016 is looking very plausible right about now|
According to a survey of 200 Granite State Democrats, with a 7.1% margin of error, former Secretary of State and U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton would be the choice of 61% of respondents compared to just seven percent for Vice-President Joe Biden and only three percent for New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.
I guess all hopes of a President Biden are all but shot... Especially when more Democrats (7%) say they wouldn't vote for him under any circumstance than any of his potential opponents.
Granted it's April 2013 and not April 2015, but this should definitely perk Hillary Clinton's ears because if she wants to become the 45th President of the United States... There is absolutely nothing stopping her on her side of the aisle and only time will tell when it comes to the Republican field.
What say you?