Which of the following issues is most important to your vote in the 2022 Election? (October 2022)

Which of the following issues is most important to your vote in the 2022 Election? (October 2022)

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Immigration / border32%
State economy14%
Gun violence9%
Environment / climate change6%
Health care5%
Voting & elections5%
Property taxes3%
The state's electric grid4%
Public education2%
Public safety4%

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Immigration / border1%25%60%
State economy9%21%18%
Gun violence16%3%2%
Environment / climate change13%9%1%
Health care10%5%1%
Voting & elections9%3%3%
Property taxes1%8%4%
The state's electric grid7%4%2%
Public education3%4%1%
Public safety5%0%4%

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CategoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Immigration / border0%5%0%
State economy9%14%8%
Gun violence12%18%17%
Environment / climate change23%8%10%
Health care11%5%11%
Voting & elections11%2%10%
Property taxes0%3%1%
The state's electric grid3%7%8%
Public education5%3%1%
Public safety6%4%5%

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CategoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
Immigration / border58%58%60%
State economy15%18%18%
Gun violence7%1%1%
Environment / climate change0%4%1%
Health care1%0%1%
Voting & elections5%6%1%
Property taxes6%1%4%
The state's electric grid1%3%3%
Public education0%1%2%
Public safety6%2%3%

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Immigration / border2%15%58%
State economy7%21%15%
Gun violence14%15%3%
Environment / climate change13%9%1%
Health care10%6%1%
Voting & elections9%5%3%
Property taxes2%1%5%
The state's electric grid6%6%2%
Public education4%3%1%
Public safety4%5%4%

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CategoryLean liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
Immigration / border1%2%3%
State economy11%5%7%
Gun violence11%21%7%
Environment / climate change11%6%23%
Health care5%12%10%
Voting & elections10%12%6%
Property taxes4%1%1%
The state's electric grid6%6%7%
Public education3%1%8%
Public safety7%2%2%

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CategoryLean conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
Immigration / border41%60%63%
State economy18%17%12%
Gun violence6%2%2%
Environment / climate change3%1%1%
Health care0%2%1%
Voting & elections7%1%2%
Property taxes3%5%5%
The state's electric grid5%1%3%
Public education1%0%3%
Public safety3%5%2%

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Immigration / border38%3%28%
State economy15%16%12%
Gun violence4%26%14%
Environment / climate change6%6%6%
Health care5%6%4%
Voting & elections5%10%4%
Property taxes4%2%3%
The state's electric grid4%7%4%
Public education2%3%3%
Public safety3%4%4%

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Immigration / border33%31%
State economy14%14%
Gun violence8%9%
Environment / climate change7%6%
Health care7%3%
Voting & elections7%4%
Property taxes4%3%
The state's electric grid5%4%
Public education2%2%
Public safety4%4%

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Immigration / border19%33%47%
State economy13%16%10%
Gun violence18%5%5%
Environment / climate change7%7%5%
Health care7%5%3%
Voting & elections7%5%4%
Property taxes1%2%8%
The state's electric grid3%5%4%
Public education3%3%0%
Public safety5%4%1%

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Immigration / border4%19%38%46%
State economy22%16%14%9%
Gun violence11%7%7%11%
Environment / climate change16%8%4%5%
Health care3%8%4%3%
Voting & elections3%4%6%6%
Property taxes4%5%3%1%
The state's electric grid0%6%3%6%
Public education6%4%1%1%
Public safety11%4%3%2%

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CategoryNo HSHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
Immigration / border27%32%33%33%33%29%
State economy23%15%13%16%14%13%
Gun violence10%15%6%9%6%7%
Environment / climate change20%4%4%7%7%7%
Health care0%3%7%7%5%5%
Voting & elections1%4%8%5%4%7%
Property taxes13%3%4%1%3%1%
The state's electric grid0%5%6%7%3%2%
Public education2%3%3%1%2%2%
Public safety0%1%3%1%6%8%

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CategoryExtremely importantSomewhat importantNot very importantNot at all important
Immigration / border45%25%27%17%
State economy15%17%18%7%
Gun violence8%11%9%7%
Environment / climate change4%3%8%14%
Health care2%4%3%12%
Voting & elections5%4%4%8%
Property taxes4%5%2%0%
The state's electric grid2%7%4%5%
Public education3%2%2%2%
Public safety1%9%3%3%

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CategoryThe Bible is the actual word of God and is to be taken literally, word for word.The Bible is the word of God but not everything in it should be taken literally, word for word.The Bible is a book written by men and is not the word of God.Don't know.
Immigration / border44%36%13%35%
State economy14%17%9%24%
Gun violence11%9%6%1%
Environment / climate change2%4%15%1%
Health care2%4%9%2%
Voting & elections4%4%9%3%
Property taxes5%3%0%8%
The state's electric grid5%4%5%0%
Public education3%1%4%1%
Public safety2%5%2%18%

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