Ronald Reagan, you are missed.  According to a new '60 Minutes' and 'Vanity Fair' poll, he's the past president who Americans would like to bring back during these tough economic times. 

Reagan received thirty six percent of the votes in the poll, ahead of Franklin D. Roosevelt, who placed second with twenty nine percent.  Thomas Jefferson did well, coming in third with fourteen percent.  The poll also asked if those taking the survey would hypothetically consider running for president and sixty percent said they wouldn't because they'd be afraid of things they'd done in the past coming to haunt them.  Women polled were more worried about that then men.  If you were thinking of running for president, would your past prevent you from doing so?