Poll shows North Dakota voters most concerned about economy and health care

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KFYR-TV is your Election Leader and we teamed up with Mason-Dixson Polling to give you results from key races and issues going into the general election in November.

One of the questions we asked North Dakota voters was, "What national issues are currently most important to you as a voter?"

The economy and health care were the most important at 21 and 19-percent, followed by immigration and border security and gun rights. National security, terrorism and foreign policy accounted for 9%. Taxes, government spending and the nations debt followed with 8%. US trade policy and tariffs accounted for 6-percent and social issues, like abortion and same sex, marriage accounted for 5-percent.

Russian collusion, removing President Trump from office, other and unsure rounded out the rest of the issues.