Sacramento, CA — The latest Field Poll examines what voters say are the most important issues in choosing the next California Governor.
The economy ranks the highest, followed by the state budget, education and health care.
69 percent of voters rate jobs and the economy as the top priority, while leading up to the 2006 gubernatorial election it registered only 39 percent.
Similarly, larger portions of voters also find education, health care and taxes to be a higher priority than in 2006.
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