EXCLUSIVE — The overwhelming majority of Republican primary voters want their party’s presidential contenders to prioritize culture war issues in education and health, a new poll found.
The poll, conducted by OnMessage Inc. and commissioned by the American Principles Project, found that Republican primary voters were more likely to support presidential candidates who champion parental rights causes, support banning sex change procedures for minors, and endorse requiring age verification to view online pornography.
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The poll found 93% of respondents said they were more likely to support a Republican presidential candidate that prioritized parental rights efforts, including curriculum transparency and being informed about school activities.
And 76% of respondents said that they were more likely to back candidates that support banning sex change procedures for minors, including puberty-blocking