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To Barb Stensland, who works at a soda counter in Grundy County, Iowa, Donald Trump was just telling it "the way it is" when he called this week for a ban on Muslims entering the United States.In a Bloomberg Politics/Purple Strategies PulsePoll, almost two-thirds of likely 2016 Republican primary voters backed Trump's call for a temporary ban on Muslims entering the country.Some Republican voters do not see Trump's idea as an absolute policy, but one that would provide much-needed extra screening to keep out radicalized Muslims, such as those who might be lurking among the Syrian refugees who are to be resettled in the United States.Some Republican voters said Trump struck a chord with many.An average of recent polls compiled by RealClearPolitics.com showed Trump with a commanding lead among Republican voters in New Hampshire, with 27 percent support compared with 12 percent for his closest rival, Rubio.
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