Trump’s Top Issues Driving Voters This Midterm Election

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A look at the Fox News poll released yesterday ahead of the midterms and the Senate vote today.

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The latest from the Fox News poll shows a narrow, but still substantial, lead for Democrat Hillary Clinton in the race for the White House.

The poll of 1,003 adults, which was conducted between Sept. 21-24, has a margin of error of 3 percentage points.

In the national survey, Clinton led the president by 3 percentage points, 49%-45%, with Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson getting 7% support.

Here are the five top issues driving voters this midterm election, according to Fox News:

1. Healthcare.

When voters were asked which candidate they would vote for if, at the end of a campaign, they didn’t support either, only 45% said they’d vote for Trump, and only 44% said they’d vote for Clinton.

However, when they were asked who they would vote for if Trump and Hillary Clinton agreed on the top issues, 63% said they would vote for Clinton, while only 27% said they would vote for Trump.

On the issue of healthcare, the most important issue for voters in this election, Trump fared much better than he did last month: 50% said he would win their vote over Clinton if the two candidates agree on healthcare, while just 24% said they would.

The poll also found that only 5% of voters said they’d be willing to risk repealing Obamacare to support Trump.

On the issue issue of repealing and replacing Obamacare, the vast majority of voters said they oppose the effort to replace and repeal the Affordable Care Act without replacing it. Clinton leads Trump by a margin of 54%-32%, with Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson getting 2%.

Clinton also leads Trump in support of her candidacy, with 81% saying they would vote for her if she were the Democratic nominee and 64% saying they

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