Source: Health Care as an Election Issue 1992-2002: November 1992

Which 1 or 2 issues mattered most in deciding how you voted (for President 1992)?

Asked of half sample (54% of voters)

Note: Adds to more than 100% due to multiple responses

20%  Health care
21   Federal budget deficit
12   Abortion
13   Education
42   Economy/Jobs
5    Environment
14   Taxes
8    Foreign policy
15   Family values
13   Don't know/No answer

Survey by ABC News, CBS News, CNN, NBC News. Methodology: Conducted by Voter Research & Surveys on November 3, 1992 and based on self-administered interviews with a national adult exiting voters sample of 15,490. There were four versions of the questionnaires which included some questions in common, and some that were unique. Data provided by The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, University of Connecticut.


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