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Kaiser Poll: Voters Worried About NKorea, Healthcare

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By    |   Saturday, 27 January 2018 11:28 AM

Most GOP voters to want hear what congressional candidates have to say about provocations from North Korea, but Democrats are more interested in healthcare issues, a new Kaiser Family Foundation poll reveals.

According to the poll, released Friday, nearly a third of Republicans said North Korea tops their priority list heading into the 2018 midterm elections, followed by immigration, at 27 percent, and the economy and jobs, placing third at 25 percent.

Meanwhile, Democrats, at 39 percent, and independent voters, at 32 percent, said healthcare tops their priorities.

A series of heated rhetoric between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has led to the worries as North Korea advances its nuclear and ballistic weapons programs, notes The Hill. In addition, Trump has said that a military option for dealing with North Korea remains an option.

For the poll, Kaiser interviewed 1,215 adults between Jan. 16-21. The survey carries an overall margin of error of three percentage points, with a six percentage point margin of error each for Republicans and Democrats.

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Most GOP voters to want hear what congressional candidates have to say about provocations from North Korea, but Democrats are more interested in healthcare issues, a new Kaiser Family Foundation poll reveals.
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