Clinton is the only one who garners a positive response from a majority of voters. The new poll, released Wednesday, finds 55 percent think she would be a good president, up from 50 percent who thought so in 2006.
For Rice, 43 percent of voters say she would be good. That’s down from 47 percent when the question was last asked in 2006.
Clinton and Rice are followed by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (37 percent), Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan (37 percent) and Vice President Joe Biden (35 percent).