Rasmussen — Economy Still Tops List of Voter Concerns

No matter how we ask the question, voters continue to put economic issues such as jobs and economic growth highest on their list of concerns.

Every night, Rasmussen Reports asks likely voters to choose from a list of five broad issues which is most important to them in terms of how they vote. Results are released weekly to Premium Members.

The economy dominated Election 2008 and has been named as the top concern by 37% to 52% of voters every week over the past year. No other issue has risen above 20% among voters. On Election Day, National Security was second, but it has slipped behind fiscal policy concerns and domestic issues in recent weeks.

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