An early exit poll shows that Democratic voters in New Hampshire see health care as the most important issue in determining their vote:
- About 4 in 10 cited health care as the most important issue
- Climate change followed, with about 3 in 10 naming it their top concern
- About 2 in 10 rated income inequality as top
- 1 in 10 named foreign policy
Support for a Medicare-for-All style health care plan, where a single government plan provides coverage for all Americans and replaces the current system of private health insurance, has divided the top candidates in the race for much of the campaign. But almost 6 in 10 New Hampshire Democratic primary voters today said they would support such a government plan; 4 in 10 were opposed.
About two-thirds said they would be in favor of making tuition free at public colleges and universities, a plan that has divided the top candidates.