Let's ignore that a good republican, by virtue of their doctrine, sees in humanitarian aid a personal responsibility, while a good democrat sees it as mostly a state responsibility, which obviously translates into some kind of figure (assuming people have deep convictions about their political doctrine).
Are you ignoring that? Now, what exactly does the survey tell you? Without that perspective, what does it tell you? That republicans are good people and democrats are bad people? Or that there are more good republican people, than there are good democrat people?
For pete's sake!