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Kaiser Family Foundation Poll Lists Coloradan’s Top Concerns in Governor’s Race

In a recent Kaiser Family Foundation survey, 1800 people were queried about a wide range of topics. Overall Coloradans are optimistic about the state’s economy and job market, 59 percent saying the economy is improving. On the downside, most feel housing costs (80 percent), and health care costs (55 percent) are getting worse.

There are some partisan differences. 33 percent of Democratic voters rank health care as the top issue, 18 percent of Independents list it highest and 12 percent of Republicans rate healthcare tied with education, behind immigration, economy, jobs and housing costs.

Designed and analyzed by Kaiser Family Foundation researchers in conjunction with the Colorado Health Foundation, the survey was conducted by landline and cellular telephones from August 15 to September 19, 2018.

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