Most Iowa voters view control of Congress as a critical issue this election, Iowa Poll says

Nov 07, 2022 View Original Article
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49% : Overall, 61% believed abortion should be legal in most or all cases.
43% : Republicans least often rank as critical health care (43%) and abortion (42%).
42% : That's followed closely by abortion (49%) and crime (48%).
41% :An October Iowa Poll found Iowa adults overwhelmingly supported making abortion legal in cases of rape or incest (85%) or to save the life of the pregnant person (89%).
40% : In July, just weeks after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the Iowa Poll found 70% of Iowa adults who identified as Democrats viewed abortion as critical, making it their top issue among 12 issues tested.
39% : After party control of Congress, Democrats most frequently choose abortion and health care as critical issues, at 72% and 70% respectively.
39% : At 72%, abortion has remained as one of the most important issues for Democratic voters leading up to the 2022 election.
36% :Fifty-three percent of likely Iowa voters rank abortion and health care as critical issues, followed closely by crime (52%).
35% : Constance Romanowski, a 61-year-old Perry resident who works in the tech industry, said the issue of which party controls the House and Senate ties closely to the issue of abortion.

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