The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

78 per­cent of likely Repub­li­can pri­mary vot­ers sup­port a crim­i­nal back­ground check for ev­ery per­son who wants to buy a firearm.

75 per­cent de­scribe them­selves as con­ser­va­tive; 20 per­cent say they are mod­er­ate, 5 per­cent lib­eral. 71 per­cent agree that “Amer­ica is great.” 54 per­cent want a GOP can­di­date who has the best chance of beat­ing a Demo­crat in the gen­eral elec­tion; 31 per­cent say find­ing the “most con­ser­va­tive can­di­date” is the most im­por­tant. 51 per­cent would sup­port chang­ing the Con­sti­tu­tion to bar cit­i­zen­ship for chil­dren of un­doc­u­mented im­mi­grants. 37 per­cent trust Don­ald Trump more than Fox News host Megyn Kelly; 34 per­cent trust Ms. Kelly.

Source: A Public Pol­icy Polling sur­vey of 572 likely Repub­li­can vot­ers con­ducted Aug. 29-30.

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