As the 2012 presidential campaign drags on, the American people have made it clear that the economy and jobs are their most important issues by a wide margin. In fact, 62% of respondents to a recent poll by CBS and The New York Times said so. Other issues such as the federal budget deficit (11%), health care (9%) and same sex marriage (7%) don’t even come close to touching the economy’s importance.
Then there’s the bottom of the list. Pathetically, only 4% of respondents claimed that foreign policy was their most important issue.
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