Though the "Draft Gore" movement has touted former Vice President Al Gore’s Nobel Peace Prize as the defining moment of his career and the spark that will push him into the presidential race. All their hopes aside, pollsters see no real movement in Gore’s ability to actually win the nation’s highest office.
A new Gallup poll shows Gore has a 58% favorability rating, his highest since September 2000 and eight points higher than he had in August. However, the poll also finds that just 41% of Americans want Gore to run while 54% oppose it. Those numbers, according to Gallup, have not moved since March.
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