CNN recently asked everyday people in Tehran, Iran, their opinions on Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, Carly Fiorina and Ben Carson (video below).
In the second GOP debate, there was plenty of bad-mouthing Iran, opposition to the nuclear treaty and threats of military action against the Middle East country.
All of the Iranians recognized Trump's picture, and most had negative comments.
One woman didn't like Trump's physical features, while a second woman added, "Yes, I know. I don't like him. He doesn't care about the poor people."
The second woman was shown a picture of Bush and exclaimed, "Oh my god! His father and his brother did a big mess."
Some folks knew he was President Bush's brother, but not all knew his name.
"His policies are a bit more moderate than Trump," stated an Iranian man.
However, no one recognize Carly Fiorina or Ben Carson by name.
According to a poll published by Morning Consult on Sept. 18, Fiorina won the second GOP debate, but Trump still leads the Republicans at 36 percent.
Carson came in second at 12 percent, followed by Fiorina at 10 percent, and Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas at 7 percent. One-time front runner Jeb Bush was tied with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie at 6 percent.