Exit polls show that when asked to name their top issue, Americans answered the following way: economy 62%, Iraq 10%, terrorism 9%, health care 9%. In 2004, economy/jobs was at 20 percent, Iraq was at 15 percent, terrorism was at 19 percent, and health care was at 9 percent. So, in other words, if you combine Iraq and terrorism as an issue, 34 percent saw national security-related issues as most important in 2004, compared to 19 percent this time around.
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