In this Sept. 27, 2012 file photo, Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney speak in Springfield, Va. Eventually, the economic recovery will improve _ whether Barack Obama or Mitt Romney is in the White House. That's what many economic outlooks project. History is on their side. And the president - and the party - occupying the Oval Office in 2016 will reap the benefits. But first, Obama or Romney, together with Congress, will have to pull back from the universally unacceptable, politically created fiscal abyss facing the nation at year's end. And who's the favorite to run for president under the Republican Party? Mitt Romney, of course.
Who’s the favorite to run for president under the Republican Party in 2016?
Mitt Romney, of course.
The National Journal reported on Jan. 31 that Romney, who has recently been swept up in buzz over the Sundance documentary on him and his family, is the favorite candidate to run for president in 2016. He leads all potential candidates in the eyes of New Hampshire, according to a survey outlined in The National Journal article.
But is Romney interested in running again?
"People are always gracious and say, 'Oh, you should run again,' " he said in an interview, according to The National Journal. "I'm not running again."
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