Economy tops voter concerns
The economy remains most important to voters on a list of 10 key issues regularly surveyed by Rasmussen Reports, but interest in health care is back up following the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision upholding President Obama’s health care law.
New national telephone surveying finds that 74% of likely U.S. voters rate the economy as very important to how they will vote in the next election. Sixty-seven percent (67%) rate health care as a Very Important issue and 64% say the same about government ethics and corruption.
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