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Your vote: Prince Charming, the Prince of PeersThere is no getting around the fact that the Republican Party has a serious problem with racism, misogyny and homophobia from its base. But, if this poll from Public Policy Polling is to be believed, that problem might be getting worse. The actual numbers look much worse than that In the latest poll, which surveyed 1,500 registered voters on July 16 and 17, 37 percent of the respondents said they would choose a candidate based on their views on abortion, while just 19 percent said that if the candidate opposed abortion, they wouldnt vote for them. That was down 7 points from the previous poll the polling firm did in late June. The number for a candidates views on gay marriage was even lower, with 22 percent saying they would vote for them based on their opposition to gay marriage, while a plurality of 51 percent said they would not. In terms of the partys views on abortion, 72 percent of Republican respondents said they opposed abortion even in cases of rape and incest, which was up 6 points from a previous PPP poll in June. Just 22 percent of pro-choice voters said they opposed abortion even in such cases It is worth noting that while people are more likely to oppose abortion for rape and incest, they are also more likely to have such circumstances themselves. As The Washington Posts Sarah Kliff wrote during the last Republican debate, Republicans believe that abortion should be illegal in all circumstances except to protect the life of the mother, and even thats not settled:Some people say that when life begins, you cant distinguish between a rape victim and someone who is a victim of sexual assault. Graham also said he wanted to limit any legislation on abortion rights to the rarest of circumstances. Polls in the past have shown that abortion opposition hasnt grown out of the Republican base, but that it tends to be rooted in the evangelical churches. This latest poll seems to suggest that, at least among Republicans, that support is shifting more to the center. It means that the GOP is unlikely to go for their 2012 candidate, Mitt Romney, with a platform of banning abortion. It also means that their 2012 nominee could very well be some more moderate Republican, such as former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum or New Jersey governor Chris Christie. They are very friendly, playful and most of all responsible.

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