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Republicans' fear and loathing in Las Vegas

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In the debate, candidates will by vying to show themselves as alternatives to a Donald Trump ticket.
Trump enters the debate after reaching a new high in the polls, cracking 40 percent nationally after proposing an indefinite ban on Muslim immigrants that roiled the race.
But Cruz and Marco Rubio have broken into the upper tier with the billionaire businessman, and the battle lines drawn between those three candidates will matter the most as they seek to solidify their standing heading into the holidays and the forthcoming January sprint to the first primary contests in February.
Roughly 6-in-10 Republicans endorse Trump's proposal to ban Muslims from entering the U.S., and a new Pew Research Center poll out Tuesday shows the percentage of Americans who say government is doing a good job reducing the threat of terrorism has dropped 26 points from a year ago, to 46 percent.