Feeling The Economic Pinch The economy has emerged as a top issue for voters across the country this election year. But what do people really mean when they say they face financial challenges? NPR uses new poll findings to explore how the economy is affecting two political battleground states, Florida and Ohio.

Why Do Sick People Go To Work? Unhealthy Fear

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Americans Cutting Back On Medical Care, Poll Finds

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Health Bills Can Lead To Debt Woes For Insured, Too

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Struggling In Ohio As The Economy Tightens

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Job Loss Worries Hit Ohio Workers Hard

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Poll: Economic Troubles Put Burdens On Floridians

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