It still doesn't really clarify what you mean by "submit" or "rebel" to it, or on what timeline you're talking about. Do I think that the Senate Republicans are going to raise up an army to fight a civil war over cap-and-trade? No. Do I expect any Senate Republicans to vote for it? No.
In the long term, most Republicans will accept the health care bill (assuming it passes), just as they do with medicare and social security now. Cap-and-trade doesn't have much hope for actually passing, so I wouldn't expect them to accept it. As for immigration amnesty, I'm particularly confused by what "submitting" to it would entail. If a law is passed giving illegal immigrants amnesty (as it was during the 1980s), what other choice would they have but to submit to it? You can't take it back once it has been issued.
I agree with those who say this poll is very poorly worded. I'm really not sure what exactly you're asking.