Then again, who are we going to beat him with? Certainly not Huckabee and Romney.

(Ballot Box) — Forty-six percent won’t vote for Obama, but about the same percentage say the same for Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee.

Forty-six percent of Americans say they definitely won’t vote for President Obama in 2012, but at least as many say the same about Obama’s would-be Republican challengers.

While much has been made about the number of voters who have ruled out voting for Obama, four of the Republicans hoping to unseat the Democratic president face equally strong opposition, according to a USA Today/Gallup Poll released Tuesday.

Forty-five percent of Americans said they would definitely not vote for former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney (R), while 46 percent said they would definitely not vote for former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R).

That level of opposition tracks with the 46 percent who said they definitely wouldn’t vote for Obama. But the president enjoys a higher number — 31 percent — who said they will definitely vote for him in 2012.