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Question of the Day
POLL DU JOUR
• 82 percent of Democrats say Hillary Rodham Clinton should run for president in 2016; 5 percent said they didn’t “know enough” about her to respond.
• 42 percent of Democrats say Vice President Joseph R. Biden should run; 15 percent didn’t know enough about him to respond.
• 41 percent of Republicans say Jeb Bush should run for president in 2016; 30 percent said they didn’t know enough about the former Florida governor to respond.
• 39 percent of Republicans say Sen. Rand Paul should run; 39 percent said they didn’t know enough about him to respond.
• 32 percent of Republicans say Sen. Marco Rubio should run; 51 percent said they didn’t know enough about him to respond.
• 31 percent of Republicans say Gov. Chris Christie should run; 26 percent said they didn’t know enough about him to respond.
• 24 percent of Republicans say Sen. Ted Cruz should run; 59 percent said they didn’t know enough about him to respond.
Source: A CBS News poll of 1,644 U.S. adults conducted Feb. 19-23.
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