Early arrivals at Iowa's Republican caucus sites are deeply unhappy with how the federal government is working.
That's according to preliminary results of an entrance poll of those arriving at caucus locations.
Four in 10 say they're angry. One-half say they're dissatisfied.
Almost 4 in 10 say the most important quality in a candidate is someone who shares their values.
Also, 2 in 10 want someone who can bring needed change.
The survey was conducted for The Associated Press and the television networks by Edison Research as voters arrived at 40 randomly selected sites for Democratic and Republican caucuses in Iowa.
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