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    • NOTE: None of these were the biggest factor (vol.), All were equally a big factor (vol.), Something else was the biggest factor (vol.), andDon’t know/Refused answers not shown for follow-up question.SOURCE: Kaiser Family Foundation Health Tracking Poll (conducted November 7-10, 2012)The Issue List: Economy, Direction Of Nation, And Obama’sJob Performance At Top19%15%15%3%5%9%1%4%2%6%2%<1%2%Percent who say each of the following was a major factor in their vote for president:Which of these would you saywas the biggest factor in yourvote for president?87%87%78%70%69%65%61%61%60%57%46%35%32%The economyThe direction the country is headedPresident Obamas job performace over the last four yearsThe future of the Medicare programThe 2010 health care lawThe candidates ability to relate to the middle classThe future of the Medicaid programThe candidates views on the size and role of governmentForeign policyThe candidates views on womens health issuesGovernor Romneys background as a businessmanPresident Obamas handling of the response to Hurricane SandyWhether the candidate is a Democrat or RepublicanAMONG ALL VOTERS
    • NOTE: None of these were the biggest factor (vol.), All were equally a big factor (vol.), Something else was the biggest factor (vol.), andDon’t know/Refused answers not shown for follow-up question.SOURCE: Kaiser Family Foundation Health Tracking Poll (conducted November 7-10, 2012)The Issue List For Seniors18%9%5%19%4%8%1%2%2%4%3%1%1%Percent who say each of the following was a major factor in their vote for president:Which of these would you saywas the biggest factor in yourvote for president?84%83%82%76%73%69%69%68%64%54%52%41%38%The economyThe direction the country is headedThe future of the Medicare programPresident Obamas job performace over the last four yearsThe 2010 health care lawThe candidates ability to relate to the middle classForeign policyThe candidates views on the size and role of governmentThe future of the Medicaid programThe candidates views on womens health issuesGovernor Romneys background as a businessmanPresident Obamas handling of the response to Hurricane SandyWhether the candidate is a Democrat or RepublicanAMONG SENIORS WHO VOTED
    • 4641485043494242 424143 42 41 42 42 42394134374137424142374138 38453843%4044413545404440 4150484641444643 44 435144 43 44 434043 444144 43404339%14 14101412 111518 189 8131814121517 16 1519171915191519 18 1719141919%0%20%40%60%80%Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov2010 2011 2012Favorable Unfavorable Dont know/RefusedSOURCE: Kaiser Family Foundation Health Tracking PollsNation Still Divided on ACAAs you may know, a health reform bill was signed into law in 2010. Given what you know about the health reformlaw, do you have a generally favorable or generally unfavorable opinion of it?ACA signed into lawon March 23, 2010
    • 4750 51 52 51 5153 5250 50 505447 47534549 49%4339 393538 38 37 3739 3840374139 38464033%10 10 101410121012 11 11 11912 1310 10 1118%0%20%40%60%80%Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Sep Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar May Jun Jul Aug Nov2011 2012Expand law or Keep law as isRepeal law and replace it with Republican alternative or Repeal law and not replace itDont know/RefusedSOURCE: Kaiser Family Foundation Health Tracking PollsAfter Election, Proportion Wanting Repeal Ticks DownWhat would you like to see Congress do when it comes to the health care law?
    • NOTE: Don’t know/Refused answers not shown.SOURCE: Kaiser Family Foundation Health Tracking Poll (conducted November 7-10, 2012)Majority Say Obama’s Second Term Good For Lower Income,Bad Or Status Quo For The WealthyAs president, do you think the policies of Barack Obama will be good or bad for each of the following or will hispolicies not make much of a difference?59%56%52%51%50%48%48%47%43%31%11%17%8%11%13%14%12%12%11%25%22%17%34%31%27%31%29%25%30%32%Lower income AmericansWomenThe country as a wholeMiddle class AmericansSeniors, that is those ages 65 and olderYou and your familyMedicareMedicaidThe 2010 health care lawWealthy AmericansGood Not make much of a difference Bad