With the first presidential primaries quickly approaching, the December Kaiser Health Tracking Poll: Election 2008 finds that Iraq continues to top the list of issues the public wants to hear presidential candidates talk about, with more than a third (35 percent) naming the war as one of the top two issues in an open-ended question. Health care (30 percent) ranks second, followed by the economy (21 percent) and immigration (17 percent).
This survey was conducted between November 28 and December 9, 2007by PSRAI for the Kaiser Family Foundation among 1,221 adults. To view more from this survey click, here.
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