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For GOP Voters Angry at Washington, Outsiders' Voices Reassure

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    Republican presidential candidates Ben Carson and Donald Trump.

    A focus group of Republican voters in Indianapolis say they feel betrayed by their elected officials in Washington, NBC News reported.

    Pollster Peter Hart, who conducted the focus group, said there was unity among the participants over their criticism of those in Washington.

    The group’s participants said one of the qualities they’re looking for in a presidential candidate is a lack of political experience.

    Of the two unconventional GOP frontrunners - Donald Trump and Ben Carson - the group noted Carson’s calm demeanor makes him a more durable choice.