A new poll from NBC this morning confirms what dozens of recent polls are finding: health care is a top issue for midterm voters.
“Asked about their top issues for November, 22 percent of voters said health care was their first choice — followed by the economy and jobs at 19 percent, guns at 13 percent, taxes and spending at 11 percent and immigration at 10 percent.”
Protect Our Care Campaign Director Brad Woodhouse said:
“Poll after poll confirms that the upcoming midterms are going to be about health care, and that’s bad news for Republicans. The governing party’s obsession with repealing and sabotaging health care is hopelessly out of step with voters, who want to hear about bipartisan solutions to address skyrocketing costs. Today’s survey is more evidence that Republicans will face an electoral reckoning unless they stop undermining Americans’ care.”