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Trump voters want to carpet bomb fictional country of Agrabah

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41% of Trump voters and 30% of G.O.P. voters overall want to carpet bomb the fictional country of Agrabah---only 13% opposed.  41% also think that Japanese internment camps during WW2 was a 'good thing'.  26% think that Islam should be illegal in the U.S. 

Of Democratic voters 19% supported carpet bombing Agrabah and 36% were opposed.

'It's a whole new world,' said Dean Debnam, President of Public Policy Polling.  'Republicans who support carpet bombing also support bombing magic carpets.' 

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At www.publicpolicypolling.com


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