Gov. Walker asks for supporters' opinions on national issues

MADISON (AP) — In another sign of his likely presidential campaign, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is asking his supporters to fill out a survey seeking their opinions on a variety of national issues and foreign policy.

Walker says in the email sent Wednesday that he relies on the people of Wisconsin to guide the priorities of his administration. Then he goes on to ask 14 questions about issues that are being discussed by candidates for president.

Those include seeking opinions about the federal government's role enforcing immigration laws, energy policy, imposing sanctions against Iran, repealing President Obama's health care overhaul law and reforming the federal tax code.

More generally, Walker also asks whether the United States should take a major leadership role in the world, or focus more on domestic issues.