Two thirds of CT residents prioritize healthcare for their vote

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The newest survey by InformCT found that 63% of state residents cited healthcare as the leading issue in their vote for CT’s next Governor. In Congressional races, healthcare was cited as the most important by 67% and by 65% for choosing between state House and Senate candidates. Healthcare was cited at virtually the same priority levels with employment/jobs, and taxes and just ahead of education as issues for all races. CT voters placed those three issues well ahead of government budgets, gun policies, national security and terrorism, income inequality, criminal justice, immigration, social issues, climate change, foreign affairs, or trade with other countries.