For years, professional wrestler turned Hollywood A-lister, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, has been hinting at a potential White House bid, noting he'll consider the campaign if he can amass enough support. Does "The Rock" have what it takes to unite the divided states of America?

“I do have that goal to unite our country and I also feel that if this is what the people want, then I will do that,” Johnson said in an interview with Willie Geist for Sunday Today.

The actor also told Geist that it's up to the American people to lead and inform whether or not he's fit to run for the presidency, Yahoo! News reported

Johnson, who turns 49 on Sunday, has been floating the idea of a White House run since 2016, dropping hints of interest on "The Ellen Show" in 2017 and "The Late Show" in 2018. He endorsed Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in the 2020 US elections.

In a new poll by Piplsay, the American online community was asked to weigh in on Johnson's possible U.S. presidential bid. The survey shows that at least 46 percent of Americans want the "Jumanji" star to run for president.

The poll also found 29 percent would back dual campaigns by Johnson for POTUS and Matthew McConaughey for Texas Governor, TMZ reported.

More than 30,130 people participated in the survey held between April 2 and April 4. Americans were quizzed on their take on celebrities, including Johnson and Matthew McConaughey, who may be interested in entering the political arena. 

Mark William Calaway, best known as "The Undertaker" in the ring, has declared his support for Johnson for a potential presidential bid. He said his fellow WWE alum will serve as a “uniter” of the divided states of America.

“That man works his tail off and he dives in wholeheartedly in everything that he does. [If] he gets his mindset that he wants to make a run at politics, ya know what? I think he’ll do it," Calaway told TMZ Sports.

Fictionally contesting the 2032 presidential post on his show "Young Rock," Johnson will join the long list of American celebrities who have run for political office if he pursues his White House ambitions.

They include "Terminator" star turned governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger, former wrestler turned governor of Minnesota Jesse Ventura, and former actor turned US president Ronald Reagan. “Apprentice” star Donald Trump's part of that list, too, The Guardian noted. 

Reports suggest that McConaughey and former Olympian and reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner are also considering running as governor of Texas and California, respectively.

Dwayne Johnson Dwayne Johnson poses at the premiere of "Furious 7" at the TCL Chinese theatre in Hollywood. Reuters