Massachusetts voters aren�t too fond of either of the politicians in their midst considering a run for president in 2008.
Associated Press exit polling shows that Democratic Senator John Kerry fared just as badly as Republican Governor Mitt Romney.
Kerry lost the 2004 presidential election and Romney is considering a run in two years.
About two-thirds of voters surveyed yesterday in Massachusetts said neither man should succeed President Bush, who is halfway through his last term.
Nearly half of voters surveyed identified themselves as Democrats.
The voters who said Kerry would not make a good president voted about evenly for Massachusetts Governor-elect Deval Patrick and Republican Kerry Healey.
Voters who said Romney would not make a good president overwhelmingly supported Patrick.