Third times the charm?

Probably not, especially for a candidate like Hillary Clinton who was supposed to have the entire election in the bag, but blew it big time thanks to a mixture of her inability to come off as genuine and her laundry list of scandals.

Despite the fact that she’s been defeated twice in her run for President, it’s been said that Clinton is once again eyeing the Oval Office and some people who know her best say that she’s for sure going to run.

Chances are, however, that she’s not going to have the backing she did in 2020. Likely not from the DNC, who made the massive mistake of favoring her over Sanders and screwing Sanders over for it. It’s also likely that she’s not going to have the coveted youth vote that Democrats tend to rely on so much.

The Daily Caller News Foundation visited the George Washington University Campus and asked some of the students around the area how they would feel about Clinton trying again in 2020.

The results were not good. Most of the students flat out said no, while only two seemed to think it was a good idea.

If Clinton has lost the confidence of the youth, then it’s likely she’s lost the confidence of the culture at large, and Democrats rely¬†heavily on that to win.

What’s more, when it comes to people Democrats want to see run, Clinton doesn’t really seem to appear at the top of the list. Democrats are most confident that former VP Joe Biden would win followed by an odd confidence in Sen. Bernie Sanders. Bringing up third is Robert “Beto” O’Rourke. After that, Democrat’s preferences drop drastically.

If Clinton is planning on running then she should probably rethink everything if it’s a win she’s going for. It’s not likely she’s going to do anything spectacular, and may once again find herself on the losing end before she even reaches the primary debate stage.