On the heels of President Obama’s sixth State of the Union Address, Vice President Joe Biden was out on the stump in what might be seen as another push for his presidential aspirations.
While Biden remains on the short list of potential Democrat presidential nominees, some are already speculating that his name identification among voters and a respect for his office account for his appeal.
Responding to questions about a White House bid in a Good Morning American interview this morning, Biden teased,
“There’s a chance, but I haven’t made my mind up about that, we’ve got a lot of work to do between now and then. There’s plenty of time.”
Consistently for the last eight months, Hillary Clinton has topped the polls among Democrats with easily more than 50%. Her closest potential rival is Sen. Elizabeth Warren who pulls a meager double-digit favorability.