Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder addresses the media in his office in Detroit, Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013. The governor said that he's at least a week away from deciding if Detroit needs an emergency manager to confront its $327 million budget deficit and $14 billion long-term debt. Snyder told reporters that he considers the city's drastic population loss over 60 years to be the main reason for its financial woes. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

DETROIT (AP) — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder says some people are already saying they don’t want the job of fixing Detroit’s financial woes.

Snyder hasn’t even decided if he’ll appoint an emergency manager. But he says his office has spoken to “a lot of people” about taking over Detroit’s financial reins.

The Republican governor made it clear Thursday during a media round table that he’s still considering a report that says Detroit is in a financial emergency. Snyder said it would be at least another week before he makes a decision.

Asked later if any potential candidates had already declined the job, Snyder responded: “Oh yeah. There were quite a few people who were in that camp.”

Snyder noted the job would be “extremely challenging.”

Detroit is facing a $327 million deficit.

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