(CNN) - If New Yorkers have their way, there won't be a President Bloomberg anytime soon.
A new Marist Poll released Wednesday said 64 percent of registered voters in New York City do not want independent Mayor Michael Bloomberg to run for president.
And a Mayor Spitzer? Sixty two percent of voters do not want former Democratic New York Governor Eliot Spitzer to run for mayor in 2013.
As his national presence grows, Bloomberg's name has increasingly been mentioned as a potential presidential candidate in the next election.
Spitzer's return to the spotlight as anchor of CNN's Parker Spitzer, over two years after he resigned as governor has caused some chatter about his future political ambition.
In the past Bloomberg dismissed a run for president. Spitzer has remained coy about his future political aspirations.