The Supreme Court’s decision finding Obamacare constitutional last week has voters returning their attention to health care with 67 percent rating it as the most important issue determining their vote, according to a recent Rasmussen poll.
Although health care now ranks as the second most important issue according to the poll. the economy remains the most significant issue in voters’ minds, with 74 percent saying it will influence their votes.
Government ethics and corruption ranked third with 64 percent of likely voters listed as very important to their decisions in the election.
The Rasmussen Reports telephone survey polled 2,000 likely voters, one half on June 27-28 and the other half on July 1-2 and has a margin of error of plus or minus three percentage points.