No one knows the answer to that question. It seems like some mysterious and mysterious combination of instruments. It’s something that fascinates me. The more I find out about it, the more I want to know. It is a complex instrument but it’s not complex enough to make it easier for the people to play. Some parts of the violin are too hard but even those are easy to learn.
This interview was conducted in 2014 and edited for speed and clarity.
A recent poll of Republicans has a wide range in support for President Trump’s recent executive order to expand immigration.
But only 16 percent of GOP voters say they’re in favor of allowing immigrants who came to the country as children — and many of those who voted in 2016 have been supportive of a ban on Muslims entering the United States since Trump became the party’s official nominee last year.
The number of Republicans who voted for Trump largely reflects his hard-line stance on immigration but has shifted over time.
And a majority of Republicans say they are at least slightly worried about the security implications of a ban on immigrants from specific Muslim-majority countries.
Sixty-six percent of those who voted for Trump support putting an end to immigration from countries with strong ties to terror, according to a new FOX News poll.
Republicans are far more likely than Democrats to think such a ban would be needed to protect the homeland — but there’s more difference among Republicans and independents.
More than half of Republicans support the ban on immigrants with close ties to terror groups. Nearly 80 percent of independents agree. More than half of Democrats say Trump’s travel ban is the right way to handle the issue of terrorism, too.
In fact, Trump’s executive order came down on Saturday and just after an Islamic community center in Oak Creek, Wis., was placed on an indefinite alert by the FBI.
The poll was conducted Aug. 27-28 among 916 registered voters nationwide via landlines and cellphones, surveying 813 Republican and Republican-leaning voters and 826 Democratic and Democratic-leaning voters. The margin of error is plus or minus 3.7 percentage points.
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Republicans support Trump’s ban by a wide margin, while Democrats oppose it on almost every question and independents are divided.
Among Republicans, 64 percent think the ban is needed for the country to be safe, versus 12 percent who say it