• Peter Osborne

RMSP survey shows Republicans, Independents want conservative policy without the rhetoric

The Republican Main Street Partnership (RMSP) surveyed 599 self-identified Republicans and Independents in six battleground House districts and found that:

  1. Respondents want conservative, populist policy without the insurgent, uncompromising rhetoric.

  2. They believe Republicans should stay focused on fighting for the American people and a better government for the future while continuing to pin Pelosi, Schumer and Biden as the symbols of Washington, D.C., corruption and dysfunction.

  3. The center of the party represents the majority of Republicans and Independents. A majority of Republicans and Independents consider themselves either somewhat conservative or moderate.

The Washington Examiner published a story about the survey results with the headline, Trump agenda 'without the noise' popular in swing districts on May 5, 2021.


RMSP surveyed self-identified Republicans and Independents in House districts GA-6, KS-3, MO-2, MO-3, NC-9, and PA-1 between April 13 and 21, 2021.


More information on the results can be found on our website here. If the page doesn't load right away, just hit the Refresh button.