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Republicans vs Republicans: most GOP voters want major change

REPUBLICANS • REPUBLICANS Most GOP Voters Want Major Change 67% of GOP voters agree that the Republican Party needs to address major problems. 30% say the GOP only needs to make minor changes 3% had no opinion Fewer GOP Voters Agree With The Tea Party Only 42% of GOP votrers agree with tea party Republicans, down from their peak popularity in 2010, when 53% were in favor of them. 60% Disagree/No Opinion 55% 53% 56% 50% 42% 40% Agree 30% 30% 20% 2010 2011 2012 2013 GOP Divided Over Gay Marriage, Abortion GOP voters are most divided over the Repulican Party's stances on abortion and gay marriage. However, most GOP voters feel that the Republican Party just isn't conservative enough when it comes to matters of government spending. TOO CONSERVATIVE NOT CONSERVATIVE ENOUGH ABOUT RIGHT 31% 27% Gay Marriage 33% 25% 26% Abortion 41% 17% 36% Immigration 38% 15% 21% Gun Policy 58% 10% 46% ----- Govt. Spending 41% By Lisa Mahapatra INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIMES Source: Pew Research Center, "Whither the GOP? Republicans Want Change, But Split over Party's Direction" Attributions: Man by Moh Kamaru from The Noun Project

Republicans vs Republicans: most GOP voters want major change

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Most Republicans agree that the Republican Party needs to make some major changes.

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