David Goldman, Associated Press
Speculation over a 2016 presidential run continue to swirl as one-time presidential candidate Mitt Romney remains in the spotlight. But are Americans really interested in another Romney candidacy?

Speculation over a 2016 presidential run continue to swirl as one-time presidential candidate Mitt Romney remains in the spotlight. As the loser of the 2012 presidential election, Romney has come to represent the voice of "what might have been" in American politics. Romney has consistently chimed in on foreign policy issues and stayed prevalent in the headlines as he campaigned for fellow Republicans during the midterm elections.

But are Americans really interested in another Romney candidacy? Below, we've compiled data found in a poll conducted by The Economist and YouGov in October. The survey explored everything from American perceptions of Romney's personality to his strengths and weaknesses as a leader.

JJ Feinauer is a Web producer for Moneywise and Opinion on DeseretNews.com. Email: [email protected], Twitter: jjfeinauer.