Share Of Voters Prioritizing Health Care Sinks In New KFF Tracking Poll

By Amy Lotven / September 14, 2020 at 7:23 PM
The share of voters who say health care is a top priority in the upcoming election has plummeted by 16 percentage points, or from 26% to 10%, since February and the economy is now the key issue followed by the coronavirus outbreak, criminal justice and race relations, according to the most recent Kaiser Family Foundation tracking poll . The executive director of Protect Our Care, which is working to highlight the Trump administration’s attack on the health reform law and...

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