Absolutely none of the above. If those were the only choices, I wouldn't vote at all.
This is presuming I'm seeing the right poll on Tapatalk (a selection which is rather strange and imbalanced to Democrat candidates).
Out of those: Clinton. Less pronounced on the environment or energy as Gore (whose opinions on that I have no particular affinity for), although largely liberal, has an increased penchant for moderation.
Gore, minus his environmental and energy views isn't someone I would have too many qualms with.
Kerry: While less inspiring in confidence as Gore, I'm not particularly displeases.
Out of those three, Clinton would have the best shot at getting in of course. The other two were previous nominees and have since moved on: Gore with his environmental advocacy and various Board memberships and media acquisitions, and Kerry almost closing out his service in the Obama administration.
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I hear the little guy is climbing in popularity year after year.
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