The survey found that 51 percent of Americans said they believe the former Secretary of State will run for president in 2016.
And a plurality of voters — 41 percent — did say that they believed the Democratic Party's nominee in 2016 would be Clinton.
Democratic voters were more confident that Clinton would be the ultimate pick, with 53 percent saying she will be the nominee, 6 percent saying [Vice President Joe] Biden will be chosen and 24 percent saying the party will go with someone else.
Although Clinton has remained vague about her political ambitions, she stoked speculation about a potential 2016 run last week, with t wo prominent public speeches and reports that she will pen a memoir to be released in 2014.
Please don’t ask me this anymore. It’s such a silly question. Of course Hillary is running. I’ve never met a man who was told he could be president who didn’t want to be president. So naturally, a woman who’s told she can be the first commandress in chief wants to be. [...] As long as there are no more health scares — the thick glasses are gone — Hillary’s age won’t stop her.
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