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Many Republicans Seek A Largely Unconstrained President-Reuters Poll

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A Reuters/Ipsos poll found that about half of Republicans believe the U.S. needs a strong president with minimal constraints from courts or Congress, potentially reflecting support for Donald Trump’s stance that he should operate with limited legal constraints if re-elected.

The poll also revealed divisions within the Republican Party regarding the limits on presidential power.

Notably, a significant portion of Republicans support a hardline immigration policy proposed by Trump. (Trending: Anthony Fauci Questioned About Evidence Behind COVID Restrictions)

The poll also indicated a close race between Trump and Biden, with legal challenges posing a risk to Trump’s presidential prospects.

Additionally, the poll highlighted that a sizable portion of Republicans and independents would not support Trump if he were convicted by a jury, indicating potential consequences for Trump’s political future.

“It’s hard to have a democracy when that attitude is afoot,” political scientist Matthew MacWilliams said.

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