Following an explosive first debate and with one week to go until the second, the Republican presidential candidates are getting more vocal about an important divide within their party.
No one has been clearer than former Vice President Mike Pence, who delivered a speech this month in New Hampshire called "Populism vs conservatism: Republicans’ time for choosing."
Pence is picking up on a nearly even split between these philosophies among the highly ranked presidential candidates.
Most Republican primary voters, however, are choosing populist candidates and ideas. And that has important implications for the direction of this race.