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HARVARD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH Voters and the Affordable Care Act in the 2014 Election The survey was conducted for the Harvard School of Public Health via telephone by SSRS, an independent research company. Interviews were conducted September 10 – 28, 2014, among a sample of 1,596 likely voters. The margin of error for total likely voter respondents is +/-2.9 percentage points at the 95% confidence level. EL-03. Thinking ahead to the November 2014 election, please tell me how important each of the following issues will be when you decide how to vote for Senator or member of Congress. Likely voters Extremely important Very important Somewhat important Not that important Don’t know/ Refused a. The economy and jobs 48 38 11 2 * b. Health care 38 35 21 6 * c. The federal budget deficit 39 31 22 8 * d. National security and terrorism a 50 30 16 3 1 e. The environment and global warming a 20 22 32 25 1 f. Education a 40 37 18 4 1 g. Immigration b 30 30 31 8 1 h. Abortion and contraception ...