As is traditionally the case, the vast majority of Americans say the U.S. economy is their chief concern ahead of the presidential election, a Gallup survey showed Monday.
“It is not surprising that voters overall rate the economy as the most important issue impacting their vote for president this year given the fragile state of the U.S. economy and their tendency historically to prioritize it and other issues such as national security and education,” Gallup wrote.
The economy was followed on the list by national security and terrorism, education, healthcare, crime, the COVID-19 response and race relations.
Among Republicans, the most important issues are the economy, national security and terrorism and crime.
“At the same time, Republicans place significantly more emphasis than Democrats do on several other key voting issues, including terrorism or national security and taxes.”
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