Huckabee leaning against 2012 bid

Mike Huckabee said today it's "less likely than more likely" that he'll run for president in 2012.

Recent polling has shown him to be the most popular candidate among Iowa Republicans, but Huckabee told Chris Wallace on Fox New Sunday today that polling isn't the only factor.

"There's a whole different deal of saying some folks take a poll and whether there's the financial support," he said.

Huckabee said he's enjoying his current gig as a Fox News host, and wants to see what the political climate is like heading into 2012.

"A lot of it depends on how the elections turn out next year and whether Roger Ailes continues to like my show on the weekends," Huckabee said.

"And if all those things factor in, you know, it's less likely than more likely, just because I would have to see that the Republicans would be willing to unite behind me."

After all, the former Arkansas Governor said, the GOP candidate isn't going to have an easy fight against President Obama.

"And anyone who thinks Barack Obama is an easy mark off, just remember Bill Clinton was just labeled politically dead and came back to win a resounding re-election in 1996."