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2020 Election

As we head into the 2020 election cycle, healthcare is clearly a top issue for voters. Our election-focused content is dedicated to providing data- and fact-driven interpretations of the candidates’ proposals.

Neil Rosacker

2020 Election: Healthcare Coverage Landscape Varies in Super Tuesday States

Ahead of the Super Tuesday primaries on March 3, healthcare remains a top issue among voters. According to January 2020 polling from Bipartisan Policy Center, 56% of individuals ranked healthcare as one of their top 3 issues when determining how to vote in the upcoming election, above the economy (44%), immigration (33%), taxes (31%), gun control (30%), and environmental policy (23%).

Chris Sloan

2020 Election: Healthcare Coverage Landscape Varies in Early Primary States

As the early presidential primaries unfold, healthcare remains a top issue among voters. As recently as the November Democratic primary debate, polls showed that 24% of Democrats or Democratic-leaning independents said healthcare was the number one issue they wanted to hear discussed, ahead of the environment (12%), immigration (6%), jobs and the economy (5%), education (4%), and gun control (4%).

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