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NEWS | OPINIONS | SPORTS | | City Guide | CLASSIFIEDS | JOBS Health Care, Economy Up in Importance By The Associated Press The Associated Press Friday, December 28, 2007; 7:08 AM -- SETTING PRIORITIES Issues rated as "extremely important" in November, and how that sentiment has changed: Health care: 48 percent then, 53 percent now. The economy: 46 percent then, 52 percent now. Social Security: 42 percent then, 48 percent now. Gas prices: 47 percent then, 48 percent now. Situation in Iraq: 45 percent then, 46 percent now. Terrorism: 44 percent then, 45 percent now. Political corruption: 39 percent then, 44 percent now. _WHO YOU GONNA CALL? On health care, 41 percent of those polled trust Democrats more, compared with 17 percent who prefer Republicans. On the economy, 34 percent trust Democrats, 22 percent Republicans. On Iraq, 34 percent trust Democrats, 24 percent Republicans. About the only issue on which Republicans get the call is terrorism: 29 percent to 22 percent.
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_IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE? Sixty-five percent of those polled said the United States should adopt universal health
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