Republican voters say the top priorities for President-elect Donald Trump include repealing Obamacare and combating the Islamic State (ISIS), according to a post-Election Day POLITICO/Morning Consult poll.
The poll, conducted Nov. 9 and Nov. 10 with 1,789 registered voters, reveals 74 percent of Republican voters say repealing Obamacare is a top issue. Seventy-two percent of Republican voters believe that combating ISIS was a top issue.
Sixty-seven percent of GOP voters think reducing federal spending was a top issue, while 54 percent suggest tax reform should be a top priority.
During Trump’s presidential campaign, he promised to renegotiate trade deals and build a wall along the southern border.
Thirty-nine percent of GOP voters say renegotiating trade deals should be a top priority in a Trump administration, while 30 percent say building the wall is the top priority.
The results have a two point margin of error.