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NPR/Kaiser/Kennedy School Election Tracking Polls
Surveys: Issues Not Dominant in Voters' Minds

Listen Listen to Marcus Rosenbaum's report.

Nov. 5, 2002 -- From late spring through the week before the 2002 election, NPR, the Kaiser Family Foundation, and Harvard's Kennedy School of Government conducted a series of polls to track voter opinion. Although the Democrats had hoped to make health care an issue, the surveys found little change in voter attitudes toward health care. Indeed, the surveys found little change in voter attitudes about anything during the election season, indicating that issues were not dominant in voters' minds.

more View Series A of the survey.

more View Series B of the survey.

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