Source: Health Care as an Election Issue 1992-2002: November 1998

Which on issue mattered most in deciding how you voted for US (United States) House (November 3, 1998)?… Education, taxes, the (Bill) Clinton/(Monica) Lewinsky matter, Social Security, health care, moral and ethical standards, economy/jobs?

Asked of half sample of voters

23%  Education
21   Moral and ethical standards
16   Economy/Jobs
15   Taxes
13   Social Security
7    Health care
6    The Clinton/Lewinsky matter

Survey by ABC News, Associated Press, CBS News, CNN, Fox News, NBC News. Methodology: Conducted by Voter News Service on November 3, 1998 and based on self-administrated interviews with a national adult exiting voters sample of 11,387. There were two versions of the questionnaire which included some questions in common. Data provided by The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, University of Connecticut.


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