Even folks in Elizabeth Warren's own backyard don't want her to run for president.
The Massachusetts senator, who has repeatedly rebuffed suggestions that she will or should enter the 2016 race, faces doubts among her own solidly liberal base in the state's western region.
"She's wise to stay where she is right now. It's not time for her," said Raymond Jordan, vice chairman of the state's Democratic Party, in a Warren profile in The Boston Globe.
The newspaper quoted a variety of other voters and political watchers in the region who turned out for a tour Warren conducted of the state Thursday. There seemed little appetite among her supporters for a run at this point.