The Plymouth County Republican Party reports the results of the poll that was taken among visitors to its booth at the Plymouth County Fair.
The visitors were asked to identify the three most important issues that concern them when they vote in the November Presidential election. Their responses are as follows;
Repealing “Obamacare” 80%
The Budget Deficit 66%
Social Issues 29%
(abortion/ marriage law) National Security 25%
Plymouth County G.O.P. Co-Chair Don Kass stated, “It’s interesting that the so-called ‘Affordable Care Act’ was the main concern of our visitors. I worked more than 20 hours in the booth and people are both informed about the law and are very eager for its repeal.”
Among independents and Democrat voters who answered the survey, the budget deficit was the main concern with 71 percent choosing it as a concern and 50 percent chose repealing Obamacare and taxation as well.
Don Kass also stated, “The energy this year was like no year I can remember. I’ve been doing this for 18 years and I’ve never seen voters so charged-up. This is a make-or-break election for our nation in the minds of so many people and that energy has to translate into turnout if Mitt Romney is to win this November.”