Who Does America Think Should Be the Next Host of 'Jeopardy!'?

Since Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek's death in November, the game show has been trying out new guest hosts, including the show's "Greatest of All Time" champion Ken Jennings, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and CNN host Anderson Cooper.

In May, Jeopardy! executive producer Mike Richards told the Wall Street Journal podcast, The Journal, that the show plans on choosing a new permanent host later this summer.

A new poll conducted by OnePoll found that Jennings is, so far, American's top choice among the Jeopardy! guest hosts. Twenty-three percent of the poll's respondents said that Jennings was their favorite candidate to assume Trebek's mantle.

Jennings hosted Jeopardy! for six weeks following Trebek's death and thanked fans for their support on Twitter after the end of his run.

A new poll found former "Jeopardy!" contestant Ken Jennings as American's top choice for the show's next permanent host. Above, late "Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek attends a press conference on January 13, 2011, in Yorktown Heights, New York. Ben Hider/Getty

Americans' second favorite guest host so far is Richards, with 14 percent of poll respondents favoring the executive producer. Richards hosted the show from February 22 to March 5, and told Parade.com in June that guest-hosting the show was the "honor of his life."

Jeopardy!'s most recent guest host, LeVar Burton, ranked as American's third favorite guest host so far, with 10 percent of respondents said he should be the show's permanent host going forward.

Burton, the former host of PBS's Reading Rainbow, hosted the show from July 26 to July 30.

The poll also found that four out of five people said Burton's performance on the show was either good or great. Less than 2 percent of respondents said that Burton's guest-hosting performance was bad or terrible.

Eight percent of respondents named The Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik as their choice for the show's permanent host, while Rodgers, Cooper and award-winning journalist Katie Couric all received 5 percent of votes.

Four percent of respondents favored Dr. Oz as the show's permanent host, 3 percent chose Good Morning America's Robin Roberts, and 2 percent picked her co-anchor, George Stephanopoulos.

While it is currently unclear who the show will choose to serve as its next permeant host, the poll also found that a majority of Americans (86 percent) said they have a "positive opinion" of Jeopardy!.