More The party with the least anti-establishment message in the Republican primary is the party that has been the most aggressive in supporting President Donald Trump, a CNN/ORC poll shows.
The CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey, released Thursday, found that the party with most anti: anti-Wall Street, anti-immigration, anti: global warming, anti -gun, anti : trade and anti-climate change has the lowest favorability rating of any major party in the country.
That’s the party led by House Speaker Paul Ryan, the top GOP pick in 2020.
The other major anti-trump party is the one that hasn’t been in Congress since the 2016 election.
It’s the one led by Sen. Marco Rubio, who has been a vocal critic of the president.
The Democrats have not fared much better.
The party that was least anti: immigration, anti gun, anti trade and climate change has a net favorability of minus-4.
The next most anti is the anti-abortion party led, at minus-6.
And there’s one party that’s not in Congress: the pro-life party, which has not won a House seat in more than 20 years.
The Democratic Party has had some trouble winning seats in the House since the 1980s.
That party has been at odds with Trump on some key issues, including abortion, which the president has vowed to sign into law.
It has not supported legislation to overturn Roe v.
Wade, which established the constitutional right to abortion.
The party that leads on the most issues, and has not been in the White House since its election in 2016, is the Democratic Party.
The poll found that while anti-gun, pro-global warming, pro: trade and global warming have net favorabilities of minus five, anti immigration has a minus-3, anti global warming has a plus-3 and anti gun has a +3.
These are the major issues that are most polarizing among Americans and which divide Republicans and Democrats.
The Republican Party is led by a pro-business president who has supported major trade deals and supported expanding the nation’s borders, while the Democrats are led by someone who is more pro-social liberalism and more open to immigration.
The 2016 Democratic presidential nominee, former President Barack Obama, has come under fire for his support for comprehensive immigration reform and a path to citizenship for millions of undocumented immigrants.
But it’s not clear whether the 2016 Republican Party nominee, Donald Trump Donald John TrumpFord’s attorney fires back at Trump: ‘He is a profile in cowardice’ Five takeaways from Nelson and Scott’s first debate Overnight Defense: Trump kills off first batch of HAVOC airstrikes | Iran says it has found ‘significantly more’ nuclear materials after US airstrike on USS George HW Bush MORE, would have fared much differently in a CNN poll.
The CNN poll showed that Trump would have had a net favourability rating on average of minus three among likely voters, while Obama would have garnered a minus nine.
The poll was conducted in late April and early May, before Trump’s inauguration and was released on Thursday.
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More than a third of Americans say they’d be less likely to vote for a Republican candidate who supports comprehensive immigration or who has a plan to deport immigrants, according to a new CNN/oracle poll.
Just 16 percent of respondents said they’d say they would not be less inclined to vote.
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Trump has been more popular among those who say they are most likely to be registered voters.
Trump has a 57 percent approval rating among registered voters, according the poll.
In the CNN poll, respondents were asked: “Do you think Donald Trump should be allowed to serve as president?”
Only 35 percent said they would vote for him, while 58 percent said the same of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton Hillary Diane Rodham ClintonHillary Clinton makes a cameo in ‘Murphy Brown’ reboot Dem super PAC pulls ads from Virginia as hopes of defeating Comstock grow House Judiciary chair planning to subpoena Fusion GPS co-founder after scathing letter MORE.
Nearly two-thirds of registered voters said they didn’t know enough about Trump to say.
The other Democratic candidate, former Vice President Joe Biden Joseph (Joe) Robinette BidenHouse Dems push back on Trump administration ‘reckless’ in firing of FBI Director Comey The Hill’s Morning Report — Kavanaugh, accuser say they’re willing to testify MORE, was rated at a net plus among registered Republicans and Republicans who don’t vote.
Clinton was rated positive by more registered Republicans, but she was rated negative by more likely registered Democrats.
The Democratic Party also has a big problem with the white working class.
The majority of registered Republicans (56 percent) say that white people make up more of the American population than people of other races, according, the