Ronald Reagan Most Popular Choice For New Currency

If the U.S. government were to issue new currency, officials might want to consider putting former President Ronald Reagan's face on the bill.  The man who held the nation's highest office for most of the 1980s is leading the way in a "60 Minutes"/"Vanity Fair" poll, with 37-percent saying they feel he's most deserving of the honor.  A quarter of the respondents believe current President Barack Obama should get the nod, while 23-percent would like to see former President Bill Clinton's face on America's money.  Jimmy Carter has support from 14-percent.  Reagan's successor, former President George H.W. Bush, as well as Obama's predecessor, former President George W. Bush, each have one-percent of the vote.  The last six presidents were the only options given in the survey