Source: Health Care as an Election Issue 1992-2002: November 1994

Which two factors mattered most in deciding how you voted for U.S. (United States) House?

35%  Crime
27  Economy/Jobs
23  Taxes
21  Health care
21  Family values/Morality
18  Education
13  Abortion
4  Campaign finance reform
3  Foreign trade/N.A.F.T.A. (North American Free Trade Agreement)

Methodology: Conducted by Mitofsky International on November 8, 1994 and based on self-administered interviews with a national voters as they left the voting booths sample of 5,260. Data provided by The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, University of Connecticut.


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