(CNN) - There's further proof that former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is considering a presidential run in 2012.
According to the Palm Beach Post, Palin discussed her political ambition at a webcast taping for conservative magazine, Newsmax, on Wednesday.
"I'll run for President if the American people want me to," Palin told the live audience.
But this is not the first time Palin has addressed the issue.
"A reason to run (for president) is if nobody else were to step up with the solutions that are needed to get the economy back on the right track," Palin told Fox News in September.
And in an April interview with "100 Huntley Street," a daily Christian talk show, Palin said she would "pursue" a presidential bid if she decides it's the best way to help everyday people with their challenges.
The new comments come as Palin gears up to campaign with RNC Chairman Michael Steele next week and after a so-far successful season of candidate endorsements for the midterm elections. A new CBS poll out Thursday found that 64 percent of those surveyed thought she would not make an effective president.
–CNN Political Producer Peter Hamby contributed to this report