By the numbers: Overwhelming majorities said it’s important to keep the ACA’s protections for people with pre-existing conditions. Even 58% of Republicans agreed with that sentiment, despite a stark partisan divide on almost every other health care issue. A majority — 66% of registered voters — said preserving those policies is one of the most important issues in the midterms.
Health care is a big issue for Democrats. Once again, health care was at the top of the list of voters’ biggest concerns — largely because of Democrats. It’s their No. 1 issue, while Republican voters said the economy and immigration were more important.