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Poll: Republicans and Conservatives Support the Constitution Less

Earlier this month, Quinnipiac University released the results of a public opinion survey of a nationwide sample of registered voters. These results indicate that of all groups of Americans, Republicans and conservatives are least likely to support the U.S. Constitution.

On the First Amendment freedoms of of speech, assembly and religion:

September 2010 Quinnipiac poll results show that Republicans are more likely than Democrats or Independents to oppose the extension of First Amendment rights to Americans who are Muslim

September 2010 Quinnipiac poll results show that Conservatives are less likely than Liberals to support the First Amendment of the Constitution

On whether the Constitution needs to be changed to deny American babies citizenship:

Quinnipiac Poll, September 2010: Republicans are most likely to say that the Constitution isn't right in giving citizenship to American babies

A national Quinnipiac Poll of registered voters shows that Conservatives are those most likely to declare that the Constitution needs to be altered so American babies won't be granted citizenship

If you’re looking for the group that supports the ideas of the Constitution least, look to conservatives and Republicans.

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