-Wyoming has the highest level of gun ownership in the country...and it still strongly favors expanded background checks by a 55/33 margin. That includes bipartisan support from Democrats (83/10), Republicans (48/41), and independents (46/38) alike. These numbers make it a pretty good bet that a majority of voters in every state in the country support expanded background checks.
-Hillary Clinton may be an exceptionally formidable candidate for President in 2016, but she's not going to win the electoral college 538-0. She trails all of the top Republicans by at least 20 points in Wyoming- she's down 28 to Chris Christie at 56/28, 27 to Jeb Bush and Paul Ryan at 58/31 and 59/32 respectively, 26 to Rand Paul at 58/32, and 24 to Marco Rubio at 56/32.
Paul leads the way among Republican voters in the state, as he's been doing in a lot of our recent 2016 polling. He gets 19% to 14% for Christie, 13% for Bush, 11% for Ryan, 9% for Rubio and Ted Cruz, 4% for Rick Santorum, 3% for Bobby Jindal, and 1% for Susana Martinez. Paul leads based on his strong showing with voters identifying as 'very conservative,' with whom he gets 24%.
-When it comes to rights for gay couples Wyoming matches what we see in most conservative states- its voters are still opposed to gay marriage, but strongly supportive of civil unions for same sex couples. Only 32% think same sex marriage should be allowed, while 57% continue to think it should be illegal. But 64% of voters support at least civil unions to only 32% against any sort of legal recognition and that includes 87% of Democrats, 61% of independents, and 57% of Republicans.
-Past accidents be damned, 54% of voters say they'd accept an invitation from Dick Cheney to go hunting with him to just 40% who would pass on the opportunity. Cheney's favorability rating in the state is 54/38.
-Wyoming lives up to its 'Cowboy State' branding, as a 55% majority of its residents say they own a cowboy hat to 43% who don't. There's a partisan split on the issue with Republicans (58/41) much more likely to own one than Democrats (47/51).
-And finally much has been made recently in the national press about Wyoming's dearth of escalators. Despite their limited number, 96% of voters in the state say they have been on one in their lives. And Wyomingites are content with their 2 escalators- only 14% wish the state had more while 49% don't and 37% don't have an opinion either way.
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