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Rasmussen: Republicans Stand Firm on Values

As Washington returns to work after an election that ratified the status quo of divided government, polling shows that voters feel it’s important for the GOP to work with President Barack Obama. However, those who are members of the Republican Party disagree.

Some 55 percent of likely voters say it is important for the GOP to work with the president, according to a new Rasmussen Reports survey. Some 86 percent of Democrats and 56 percent of independents agree.

However, 79 percent of Republicans think their party should put what it stands for first, a higher number than four years ago.

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As Washington returns to work after an election that ratified the status quo of divided government, polling shows that voters feel it's important for the GOP to work with President Barack Obama.
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