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A new national phone and online survey released by Rasmussen Reports shows likely U.S. voters do not want failed former candidates running for the presidency again in 2024.

For instance, 69 percent said Hillary Clinton should not run for President in 2024. Just 20 percent said they think she should.


Those opinions are shared when it comes to Bernie Sanders, Mitt Romney and Ted Cruz.

Even a majority of Democrats — 53 percent — said Hillary Clinton should not run again in 2024. Eighty-three percent of Republicans and 72 percent of unaffiliated voters agree.

Just 21 percent of likely voters favor a run by Bernie. Twenty percent said yes to an effort from Cruz and just 19 percent want to see Romney run again.

Among Republicans, 28 percent said yes to another Cruz run while just 16 percent said yes to Romney running. Seventy-one percent of GOP voters said no to Romney trying again. Just 48 percent said the same about Cruz.

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