Post Election Poll: GOP Voters Want to Repeal Obamacare, Combat ISIS

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump delivers remarks about the Affordable Care Act at the DoubleTree by Hilton November 1, 2016 in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. Trump and vice presidential nominee Mike Pence both highlighted what they see as the failures of Obamacare. (Photo by
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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.