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There are many important issues in this (2004) presidential (election) campaign. When it comes to deciding for whom you will vote for president, which one of the following is the single most important issue in deciding for whom you will vote?...Terrorism, the economy, the war in Iraq, social issues and values, or health care (If All, ask:) Well, if you had to choose the most important issue, which one would you choose? (Source: NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll, Oct, 2004)


24%
Terrorism

22%
The economy

22%
The war in Iraq

17%
Social issues and values

9%
Health care

3%
None/other (Vol.)

3%
Not sure

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Survey by NBC News, Wall Street Journal. Methodology: Conducted by Hart and Teeter Research Companies, October 29 - October 31, 2004 and based on 1,014 telephone interviews. Sample: National likely voters. [USNBCWSJ.04OCT29.R12] (View Citation)

Topics: VOTE FOR PRESIDENT PROBLEMS

Dataset: USNBCWSJ2004-6049

Variable: Q12





(And, which one of the following issue areas would be most important to you in deciding how to vote for a candidate for President? Is it...education, Social Security and Medicare, taxes, moral values, the economy and jobs, affordable health care, terrorism and national security, federal spending, the environment, or crime and illegal drugs?) (If issue chosen, ask:) And which of these following would be the next issue most personally important to you?...Education, Social Security and Medicare, taxes, moral values, the economy and jobs, affordable health care, terrorism and national security, federal spending, the environment, crime and illegal drugs (Source: NPR Poll, May, 2003)


Subpopulation/Note: . Adds to more than 100% due to multiple responses
21%
Education

22%
Social Security and Medicare

10%
Taxes

17%
Moral values

46%
The economy and jobs

21%
Affordable health care

26%
Terrorism and national security

10%
Federal spending

6%
The environment

4%
Crime and illegal drugs

1%
None of these (vol.)

3%
Don't know/Refused

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Survey by National Public Radio. Methodology: Conducted by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research & Public Opinion Strategies, May 27 - May 29, 2003 and based on 723 telephone interviews. Sample: National registered likely voters (see note). National registered likely voters are registered voters who voted in the 2000 presidential election, were ineligible/too young to vote, or who voted in the 2002 Congressional elections, and they said they were almost certain/certain to vote in 2004. [USGREEN.03NPRMY.R04A] (View Citation)

Topics: PROBLEMS VOTE_FOR_PRESIDENT







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