Education and Health Care Lead Issues on Voters’ Minds for 2000 Election
The Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard School of Public Health National Survey on Health Care and the 2000 Elections is a survey of Americans’ views on health related issues in the upcoming 2000 elections. Among leading findings, voters cited education and health as top issues on their minds for the upcoming 2000 elections. The survey was conducted by telephone between December 3-13, 1999. The survey included a national random sample of 1,515 adults, including 1,257 registered voters.
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