Dems don't want Hillary Clinton to run again in 2020, want someone new, according to poll

Dems don't want Hillary Clinton to run again in 2020, want someone new, according to poll

Democrats are looking for a new face to run for president in 2020 — and certainly don't want Hillary Clinton to run again, a new Suffolk University/USA Today poll suggests.

The poll found that 66% of the 1,000 respondents wanted someone "new" to run in four years, and that only 23% would be excited by another Clinton run.

Thirty-four percent of voters polled said a 2020 bid by Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who has been fueling rumors that she may give it a go, would excite them. A run by Vice President Joe Biden (who said he "can't see" himself running in 2020, but "never say never") would excite 43% of voters, while Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders generated the most excitement among the four potential candidates with 44%.

Just two days after the Electoral College officially elected Trump (and Clinton actually lost more electoral votes due to the Bernie or Bust crowd), 50% of poll respondents said the Electoral College should stay put. Forty-two percent said they would like to see a Constitutional amendment end the Electoral College, and see the president elected by the popular vote.