_Landing at the top of the list of 11 options was "someone entirely new" – perhaps a prospect not on the political radar screen yet. Nearly six in 10 of those surveyed – 59 percent – said they would be "excited" about a candidate like that; only 11 percent said they'd prefer that a new face not run. _
To say that you wanted someone entirely new, but were unable to drop a name of this someone, is like not saying anything without expressing exactly this. Just saying...
_That said, close behind was Joe Biden, the opposite of someone entirely new. Biden, now 76, was a veteran senator from Delaware before he served two terms as President Barack Obama's vice president. He's weighing whether to make his third bid for the Democratic nomination; 53 percent said they would be excited about that, while 24 percent urged him not to run. _
So, at least this was nothing new. But someone entirely new would still be a favoured choice before him.
Instead of asking about support, a USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll tested which candidates now seem intriguing to voters.eu.usatoday.com