As the country heads towards the 2012 election and the first Republican primary, some of the most talked about candidates are those who have repeatedly insisted that they aren't running.
In a recent CNN/ORC poll, only 14 percent of Republican voters say they are very satisfied with the current field and Republican leaders appear anxious for a fresh face, calling on both Congressman Paul Ryan and New Jersey governor Chris Christie to enter the race despite the fact that both men have definitively ruled out a presidential run.
Democrats don't appear overly enthusiastic either, with 28 percent claiming that they would rather see a candidate other than President Obama nominated, which is a record high.
AM Talk Back: Why isn't America more excited about its presidential contenders?
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