By a 2-to-1 margin in the poll of 1,976 registered voters conducted from Sept. 7 through Sept. 11, Republicans said they trust Trump (56 percent) more than they trust Republican leaders (28 percent) to work with Democrats in Congress to achieve certain policy outcomes…

The national survey also showed a strong preference among GOP voters for Trump to work in a bipartisan fashion as he pushes forward with his agenda. Fifty-seven percent of Republican voters said they prefer Trump to work with both Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill to achieve policy outcomes, compared with 31 percent who said they’d like him to work primarily with Republicans and 8 percent who want him to work primarily with Democrats.