The Top 16 Issues for 2020 Election

SOURCE: Several Issues Tie as Most Important in 2020 Election - Gallup Poll Jan 13, 2020

This poll asked Americans what the important issues were to them for the 2020 election cycle.  What is important to you is likely to be found in the table below.  You should vote for the candidate that takes the position that you agree with on the issues that are important to you.

I am adding my own remarks in the Democrats and Republicans columns below - these did NOT come from the gallup poll.

ISSUE VERY
MPORTANT
EXTREMELY
IMPORTANT
DEMOCRATS REPUBLICANS
 Healthcare 35% 81% Universal Individual
 Terrorism / National Security 34% 80% Stand down Stand up
 Gun Policy 34% 74% Control / Eliminate Leave alone
 Education 33% 83% Governmental Parental
 The Economy 30% 84% Socialism Capitalism
 Immigration 28% 74% Open Careful
 Climate change 26% 55% All in Maybe
 Abortion 25% 64% All in no regulations Limited or Outlawed
 Distribution of Wealth 25% 58% All in Limited
 Federal Budget Deficit 23% 72% No worries Big problem
 Taxes 23% 69% Raise them Cut them
 Race Relations 23% 66% Huge problem Small problem
 National Infrastructure 22% 74% All in Strategic
 Foreign Affairs 21% 64% Globalist concerns America's Interest Primary
 International Trade 18% 68% Open Equitable
 Sexual & Gender Rights 11% 38% Anything goes Be reasonable

 


1) The Economy   |   2) Education   |   3) Healthcare   |   4) Terrorism and National Security   |   5) Gun Policy   |   6) Immigration   |   7) Federal Budget Deficit   |   8) Infrastructure   |   9) Taxes   |   10) International Trade   |   11) Race Relations   |   12) Abortion   |   13) Foreign Policy   |   14) Distribution of Wealth   |   15) Climate Change   |   16) Sexual Rights

The Top 16 Issues for 2020 Election

These are rated Extremely Important & Very Important, top to bottom:

  1. Healthcare (35% & 81%)
  2. Terrorism and National Security (34% & 80%)
  3. Gun Policy (34% & 74%)
  4. Education (33% & 83%)
  5. The Economy (30% & 84%)
  6. Immigration (28% & 74%)
  7. Climate Change (26% & 55%)
  8. Abortion (25% & 64%)
  9. The Distribution of Income and Wealth in the U.S. (25% & 58%)
  10. The federal budget deficit (23% & 72%)
  11. Taxes (23% & 69%)
  12. Race Relations (23% & 66%)
  13. The Nation's Infrastructure (22% & 74%)
  14. Foreign Affairs (21% & 64%)
  15. Trade with Other Nations (18% & 68%)
  16. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Rights (11% & 38%)

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