Healthcare is most important issue for midterm elections, poll finds

A number of key issues will determine the outcomes of Congressional midterm elections this upcoming November, but healthcare is the most important issue for voters, according to a poll from HuffPost/YouGov.

The poll was conducted online between March 23 and March 26 and surveyed 1,000 respondents over the age of 18.

When asked what the two most important issues in the midterm elections were, the plurality of respondents (28 percent) selected healthcare as the top issue, while gun policies and the economy were tied for the second most important issue at 22 percent.

Only 21 percent of male respondents chose healthcare as one of the most important issues, compared to 34 percent of women who selected it.

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