According to a Rassmussen poll 9% of Americans, and I have to use the term loosely here: “Just 9% Want No Limits on What Federal Government Can Do.”
These people live in the wrong country. I, for one, would be happy to contribute to the purchase of one-way tickets to North Korea for all of them.
These views are overwhelming shared across virtually all partisan and demographic lines.
The only exception is America’s Political Class. By a 54% to 43% margin, the Political Class believes the federal government should be allowed to do most anything. Mainstream voters reject that view by a 94% to three percent (3%) margin.