Its the economy: Incumbent

Posted by By at 3 November, at 10 : 03 AM Print

Most Pennsylvania voters are dissatisfied with the federal government and remain worried about the direction of the nation’s economy in the next year.

That’s according to an analysis of preliminary results from an Associated Press exit poll in Tuesday’s midterm election.

The poll shows voters saying the economy is the most important issue facing the country, with health care a distant second.

About one-third of Pennsylvanians favor expanding the new federal health care law, but an even larger percentage want it repealed.

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