A survey conducted by Public Policy Polling in New Hampshire showed that only 3% of those surveyed thought that he would be a G-O-P candidate.

Jindal has not announced he would run for the presidency in 2016. Although, some analyst believe he could be a potential candidate because of his stops around the country and his heavy criticism on the Obama campaign.

All of that aside Public Policy Polling director Tom Jensen says Jindal has some work to do if he does decide to run. Jensen suggests the Louisiana Governor should focus on improving the approval numbers here in the Bayou state. Keep in mind Governor Jindal's approval numbers have dropped below 50%.