With respect, J-Pod, the answer is yes — if Democratic Party strategists, donors, governors, and activists have any way to sway the outcome. Look at the Marist numbers. Hillary Clinton has virtually 100 percent name-recognition, and it is likely that not too many voters are undecided about her. Among Independents, a 53 percent majority say that Hillary shouldn’t run, vs. 43 percent who say she should. By comparison, 57 percent of Indies say Giuliani should run. Even in the current Republican trough, she trails both of the actual GOP candidates tested (Condi doesn’t count). This is not a pretty picture, and it is a familiar one among Democratic leaders coast to coast.